"Liverpool dominated Chelsea at Anfield as Jurgen Klopp witnessed his team surge five points ahead at the summit of the Premier League table with an impressive victory over the Blues."

"Liverpool got off to a quick start with Darwin Nunez hitting the crossbar and seeing a shot deflected onto the post by Chelsea goalkeeper Dorde Petrovic. However, the hosts may have been lucky to avoid conceding a penalty when Virgil van Dijk appeared to clip Conor Gallagher in the box."

"Diogo Jota broke through the Chelsea defense to give Liverpool the lead, followed by a sensational finish from Conor Bradley to double their advantage with his inaugural goal for the club. The scoreline could have been three-nil at halftime if Nunez had converted a penalty, but the striker hit the post once more."

"At halftime, Mauricio Pochettino implemented a triple substitution, which briefly improved the team's performance. However, Liverpool extended their lead to three goals as Bradley assisted Dominik Szoboszlai's header in front of the Kop."

Christopher Nkunku scored his first goal for Chelsea to pull one back, and later, he could have been awarded a penalty when Van Dijk clipped him from behind.

"Liverpool's display showcased not only their strength but also their clear intent."

"If there were concerns following Jurgen Klopp's surprising announcement that his title-chasing team might lose focus or become distracted, they emphatically responded by securing a 4-1 victory against Chelsea, showcasing their determination."

"The prolonged farewell unfolds with displays of remarkably swift play, surpassing the pace of many European teams, which proved too much for a vulnerable Chelsea side."

"It's yet another aspect highlighting why his absence will be felt, especially given that this match serves as another sign that an exciting new team is truly forming."

The Northern Irish international netted a fantastic breakaway goal to make it 2-0, then delivered an enticing, curving cross for Dominik Szoboszlai to powerfully head home, extending the lead to 3-0.