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UEFA Super Cup Final: 7 things we learned from Liverpool’s shoot-out win over Chelsea in Istanbul

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UEFA Super Cup Final: 7 things we learned from Liverpool's shoot-out win over Chelsea in Istanbul

The UEFA Super Cup Final in Istanbul went right to the wire, as Liverpool pipped Chelsea 5-4 on penalties after the game finished 2-2 after extra time. Here are seven things we learned from tonight’s match in Turkey. 1. ADRIAN GETS REVENGE OVER ABRAHAM IN THE SHOOT-OUT Liverpool goalkeeper Adrian was harshly penalized for a supposed foul on Tammy Abraham, with the Chelsea player going to ground despite minimal (if any) contact between the pair as the Blues scored a crucial equalizer from the spot.

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But the Reds’ stand-in stopper – playing while first-choice keeper Alisson Becker recovers from an ankle injury sustained on the season’s opening day – got his revenge when a nervous-looking Abraham stepped up to take Chelsea‘s crucial fifth penalty in the shoot-out.

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Abraham‘s spot-kick went straight down the middle, and Adrian saved with his trailing leg to win the shoot-out and secure victory for Liverpool.

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Salah scores but Abraham can't match him!

Adrian the hero on his Liverpool debut!

Look at Klopp's reaction! pic.twitter.com/TWnaNHOMeE

Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) August 14, 2019 2. THE ALL-FEMALE OFFICIATING TEAM HAD A BUSY NIGHT For the first time ever in a major European game, the three on-pitch officials were all women. And the trio of French referee Stephanie Frappert and assistants Manuela Nicolosi of Italy and Michelle O’Neill from the Republic of Ireland had plenty to do on a busy night

The officials chalked off two Chelsea goals – correctly – for offside, and kept control of the game well. But even though referee Frappert had a strong game in charge, her decision to award a penalty against Adrian for his challenge of Tammy Abraham was proved to be incorrect when viewed on instant replay

It begged the question: Why didn’t VAR overturn the decision when she had clearly made a mistake?

How has VAR not overruled the penalty decision? #LIVCHE #SuperCup pic.twitter.com/BHixPIeOd0

— George Payne (@george_payne15) August 14, 2019 VAR. checking the Chelsea penalty #SuperCup pic.twitter.com/bbpxhkHT5G

— kesbar84 (@kesbar84) August 14, 2019 3. N’GOLO KANTE WAS OUT TO IMPRESS After a season largely spent playing in a more advanced midfield role under Maurizio Sarri, Kante has been given his place back in the heart of Chelsea‘s midfield by new boss Frank Lampard. And the Frenchman put in an impressive display, including an outstanding first-half performance that saw him cover an incredible amount of ground in a tireless display

N’Golo Kante’s been everywhere for Chelsea 🌎 pic.twitter.com/hEnBNJgXCc

— B/R Football (@brfootball) August 14, 2019 He even managed to produce a cheeky ‘nutmeg’ on Liverpool‘s James Milner, much to the amusement of Chelsea fans online

N’Golo Kante has sent James Milner to the shop if anyone fancies anything? 😤

pic.twitter.com/3yLKSKBUKu

Footbilly (@footbilly) August 14, 2019 4. OLIVIER GIROUD PROVED HE’S A BIG-GAME PLAYER Left out of Frank Lampard‘s starting XI against Manchester United at the weekend, French striker Giroud showed his worth in a solid first-half showing that featured a lot of tireless running as he led the line well

And he capped off a good opening 45 minutes for Chelsea with the first competitive goal of Frank Lampard‘s Chelsea managerial reign as he slotted a superb Christian Pulisic pass, first-time, past Adrian to put the Blues ahead after 35 minutes

How well does Christian Pulisic do here?!

Olivier Giroud scores in Europe again after being set-up perfectly by the new signing 👏 pic.twitter.com/d2XKYKAjSV

Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) August 14, 2019 Pulisic and Giroud cut Liverpool open ✨ pic.twitter.com/HsqnsBjHDw

— B/R Football (@brfootball) August 14, 2019 5. ROBERTO FIRMINO MADE AN INSTANT IMPACT Needing an injection of energy at the start of the second half, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp introduced front man Roberto Firmino, and the Brazilian striker made an immediate impact as he broke into the Chelsea penalty area and unselfishly laid the ball off for strike partner Sadio Mane to bundle home the crucial equalizer

Firmino was only on the pitch 2 minutes and already provided an assist.

Arguably the most important player in this Liverpool side.

So Underrated #LIVCHE pic.twitter.com/plaihVsaP1

— AllThingsSeleção (@SelecaoTalk) August 14, 2019 🔴 Sadio Mané:

🇸🇳 1st player from Senegal to score in a UEFA #SuperCup match ☝️

🇸🇳 1st Senegalese player to score in a #UCLfinal ⚽️ pic.twitter.com/rdOML2dmqW

UEFA #SuperCup (@ChampionsLeague) August 14, 2019 6. ‘KEPA THE KEEPER’ PRODUCED A STUNNING DOUBLE-SAVE Chelsea‘s young Spanish stopper Kepa Arrizabalaga had to be at his best to keep Liverpool at bay during the second half, and made a superb double-save to deny first Mo Salah, then Virgil van Dijk with back-to-back saves

That is incredible, Kepa Arrizabalaga! 🤯

The Chelsea keeper pulls off two brilliant saves 👏 pic.twitter.com/1xdQ1B3aaz

Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) August 14, 2019 BIG save from Kepa 🖐 pic.twitter.com/6XCH1OFBBe

— B/R Football (@brfootball) August 14, 2019 7. SADIO MANE MAKES SCORING GOALS LOOK EASY His first may have been a bundled effort from short range, but his second, a brilliant first-time strike from 12 yards that flew in off the underside of the crossbar, showed that he’s a finisher who’s brimming with confidence

The Senegalese striker finished joint top of the Premier League’s goalscoring charts last season and, after starting this year’s campaign on the bench, appears to be starting the new season in fine form

Brilliant finish 💥

Sadio Mané fires Liverpool ahead in extra-time! pic.twitter.com/2rZ9XYnTpl

Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) August 14, 2019