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"Not all the time", Hazard told Chelsea TV after ending Liverpool's unbeaten start to the season. The Swiss ace played the full 90 minutes for Klopp's side as they were dumped out of the League Cup after a stunning Eden Hazard solo strike.

"I did well so we can go through now, but I think the game on Saturday is going to be more important because of this win, and in the league they have been incredible".

Both sides made nine changes with one eye on the top of the table Premier League clash between the same two sides on Saturday.

Jurgen Klopp's men took the lead when Daniel Sturridge acrobatically scored his third goal of the season in the 58th minute of the game.

Chelsea FC will now prepare for their Premier League showdown with Liverpool FC at Stamford Bridge on Saturday afternoon.

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The normally jovial Anfield manager was a frustrated figure in the dugout last night, but fans were left confused by his on-pitch dressing down of the Swiss global, who put in a solid performance for Liverpool.

"I think this game was more to have the confidence in three days time", the Belgium global added. I did well so we can go well. He is getting better and better he is doing the right things at the right moment'.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp threw on Mohamed Salah in search of the equaliser but the Egyptian had too little time to make any impact as Chelsea held on for a memorable win at Anfield.

As well as the No.22, there were also first appearances of the season for Dejan Lovren, Nathaniel Clyne and Alberto Moreno, as well as a maiden start for Fabinho. "What I said was about the free-kick, nothing else".

But instead it was Hazard who showed his class to strike the victor as he danced past five Liverpool challenges before crashing a rising shot into the far corner for his sixth goal of the season. "We have to learn from it, try to do better and then hopefully get the three points at Chelsea on Saturday".

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