Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has criticised the tactics of this Chelsea counterpart Jose Mourinho after the recent 2-0 defeat that his team suffered in the Premier league. Chelsea came to Anfield with little hope of winning the Premier league title this season, has never five points behind table leaders Liverpool.

However, they gave themselves a great chance to think about title success with a 2-0 win, but it was largely dominated by Liverpool. The home team had most of the chances and also the possession, while Chelsea kept 10 men behind the ball at all times.

Demba Ba scored the opening goal after a slip from captain Steven Gerrard allowed him straight on to goal. Apart from a couple of half chances, the club did not create much. The defeat was a major blow to Liverpool’s title aspirations, as it gives Manchester city the ability to go on and win the title. The brazilie mexico odds website makes CIty the firm favourites.

City will be crowned as the Premier league champions if they win all of their remaining matches. This is because Pellegrini’s men have a much better goal difference than Liverpool. The defeat also puts Chelsea back into contention with three matches left in the season.
The blues are two points behind Liverpool in the table.

"Congratulations to Chelsea, they won the game, we just couldn't find the breakthrough. They obviously sat very deep. I think there were two buses parked today, never mind one. It was like a back six with three midfield players in front of that. That's 10, with the goalkeeper, for 90 minutes consistently behind the ball. Unless you get that early goal, it doesn't entice them to come out. The players gave everything and we couldn't quite get that wee bit of luck," said Rodgers.

Liverpool take on Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park in the next Premier league match.