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Liverpool fans were delighted after their side won 2-0 against Chelsea on Sunday afternoon, to keep them in the hunt for their first Premier League title in 29 years.
The atmosphere was absolutely electric at a public viewing event in Liverpool’s Einstein Bier Haus.
The result avenged a 2-0 defeat in the same fixture almost two years ago, when Liverpool were again chasing the title.
Saido Mane’s second-half header was followed two minutes later by a Mohamed Salah’s wonder-strike to put the game past the visitors.
The win means Liverpool keep pressure on Manchester City in the title race, holding a two-point advantage with a game in hand.
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