& # 39; We parked the bus but won the game & # 39 ;: Willian remembers how Liverpool fell apart during the notorious loss of Chelsea, derailing the 2014 title bid … while teams were preparing for a new crunch collision
- Willian remembered how Liverpool fell apart when Chelsea defeated them in 2014 at Anfield
- The Brazilian winger was one of the scorers when Chelsea dented Liverpool's hopes
- Chelsea and Willian are going to Anfield again on Sunday for another big collision
Willian has thought about how Chelsea managed to evade Liverpool's title bidding program in 2014 prior to the last meeting between the parties.
In the 2014 clash, Chelsea won 2-0 with Demba Ba, who opened the score after the notorious goal of Steven Gerrard before Willian also found the net.
Willian thought about how Chelsea managed to get the upper hand by parking the bus and hitting Liverpool in the counterattack.
Willian was on the score sheet when Chelsea derailed the Liverpool title challenge in 2014
As reported by The Sun, Willian said: & # 39; It was a special purpose. I recovered the ball in our half and we went, two of us against the goalkeeper, so it was easy to score.
& # 39; We have done a great job. It was a very positive game for us. It doesn't matter how we played, the most important thing was the result. We parked the bus, but we won the game. & # 39;
Steven Gerrard's slip was costly, but Willian refused to say he felt sorry for the midfielder
Willian described the atmosphere in the dressing room after the Anfield game as & # 39; incredible & # 39 ;.
He said: & # 39; If you win games like this, everyone is very happy in the dressing room. The atmosphere was incredible.
& # 39; The fans enjoyed it very much because it is one of the big games to play against Liverpool. It was a very special game. & # 39;
When asked if he felt sorry for Gerrard, Willian said: & # 39; I don't know if & # 39; sorry & # 39; the correct word is. & # 39;
Willian will try again to score at Anfield while Chelsea looks for the win
Chelsea returns to Anfield on Sunday and has the chance to win another title ramp from Anfield.
Liverpool is releasing two points in the clash at the top of the table, although they have played one match more than their title rivals Manchester City.
Willian scored eight goals in 49 appearances for Chelsea in all competitions, while he delivered 14 assists.
Chelsea is currently in fourth place because they want to win a place in next year's Champions League.
The Blues have fought for consistency this season under Maurizio Sarri, but they have managed to win their last four games in all competitions.