Jurgen Klopp defends Mohamed Salah after poor form continues against Chelsea

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Not only has he been picking up results, but his side have looked good on the eye with Eden Hazard shining above anything in the Premier League so far this season.

Earlier this month, the 29-year-old found the back of the net in Liverpool's Champions League win against Paris St-Germain.

"If I see that there is no solution, I go on my own", Hazard said.

"My cousin gave me some stick the other day for celebrating against Chelsea because he's a Chelsea fan; I think in the moment like the other night I got excited and celebrated".

The striker is enjoying a new lease of life at Liverpool this season and his stunner against Chelsea was his fourth strike of the season.

Sturridge, who also scored the Reds' sole goal in defeat to Maurizio Sarri's side on Wednesday, hit a swerving shot that smashed past Kepa Arrizabalaga and into the top corner to rescue a late point.

The draw, which comes just three days after Chelsea claimed a 2-1 EFL Cup win at Anfield, means Liverpool's 100 per cent winning record in the Premier League this season ends and they are level on points with leaders Manchester City, behind only on goal difference.

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"I am the same player as two years ago, three years ago".

The England worldwide has been plagued by injuries in recent years and struggled to break up Liverpool's attacking trident of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino last season.

Hazard has sometimes been accused of selfish play on the pitch but the Belgium global insisted he always tries to assess the situation. "The boys were really happy for him because he's in a good moment".

"What a game, a spectacular football game", he told BBC Sport.

If Chelsea still had Diego Costa, you could pretty much make them title favourites, but Costa is now an Atletico Madrid player and none of his replacements have shown themselves to be good enough to take his place. "But I am really very happy with the defensive performance today, especially in the second half".

Asked about the lack of goals from his strikers, Sarri said: "I am not really anxious about it and because we have a winger who is able to score frequently".