The goalless draw between Liverpool and Chelsea was both predictable and disappointing as both teams, currently struggling in the league, failed to impress.
This result would have been considered acceptable in the past, but it was a missed opportunity for both clubs and a poor outcome for Jurgen Klopp in his 1,000th game as a manager.
Both teams are not performing at their best and the fact that they were competing for a spot in the top four highlights their current struggles.
Klopp had selected a mostly second-string team, with 18-year-old Stefan Bajcetic making his first Premier League start and key players like Jordan Henderson and Trent Alexander-Arnold on the bench.
Despite early chances for both teams, neither were able to capitalize and the game ended in a lackluster draw, greeted with indifference from the Anfield crowd.
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