Soccer BetttingChelsea took a big step towards the title in a brilliant way to solve the complicated field visit Liverpool, where he won 2-0, which was very close to the title of the English football betting League, on Sunday in the 37th and penultimate day of the championship.

That goal could even be a mathematician this weekend if his pursuer live, Manchester United, distanced provisionally to four points, lost in their meeting in Sunderland.

Although the 'Red Devils' adding up the three points, Chelsea has it all with a view to celebrate in their stadium, next weekend against Wigan, the national championship.

The goals of the triumph of the 'Blues' came through two of his figures, the Ivorian Didier Drogba (minute 33) and Frank Lampard (54), who sealed the scoring rule in London on the lawn, where they played with an air of champions and were able to realize their superiority.

"We have taken an important step towards the title. We played very well and deserved this victory. We are very happy because playing against Liverpool is complicated, but we did very well tactically," said Italy coach Carlo Ancelotti.

His victory at Anfield also settled the last hope for Liverpool to play the online sports betting Champions League, a competition that had always come from its presence in the 2004-2005 edition, and closes one weeks horrible for the 'Reds', eliminated on Thursday in the semifinals of the European League.

As a symbol of the descent into the hell of the team, Steven Gerrard reluctantly starred in Chelsea's first goal when a poor pass to his goalkeeper Pepe Reina was used by Drogba, very attentive, to open the account in 33 .

Without ability to react, the pupils of Rafael Benitez, who could have directed their last home match at Anfield, returned to show their worst side and Chelsea scored in 54, through pass from Lampard to Frenchman Nicolas Anelka, and played the rest of the game with confidence.

During the game, both Gallo and the Ivory Coast striker Salomon Kalou were given good opportunities to extend the lead, but both the Queen and Brazilian midfielder Lucas Leiva, who saved a little bit before it crossed the line, prevented the scoring.

In Sunderland, Manchester United will be forced to keep track to keep options on the last day, where in any case will depend on a slip of Chelsea against Wigan at Stamford Bridge and his good result at home to Stoke.

Throughout the week, from Old Trafford had relied on the professionalism of the players of Liverpool to give the maximum in the game this Sunday, despite the deep historical rivalries that keep the two big clubs of northern England.


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