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After the Billy Gilmour incident, Liverpool was again forced to condemn fans for offensive chants vs Chelsea

Liverpool fans at Anfield

Liverpool have issued an official statement, condemning the actions of the club’s fans during their meeting with Chelsea.

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Of course, the big game of the Premier League weekend was played at Anfield on Saturday night.

Liverpool hosted Chelsea in Merseyside, for a match between two of the top favorites for the Premier League title.

A hotly contested affair was predicted before kickoff, and both the Reds and Blues enjoyed a flawless start to the 2021/22 campaign.

In turn, when all was said and done just under 24 hours ago, it was no surprise to see the loot shared.

It was Chelsea who opened the scoring for the match midway through the first half, when Kai Havertz’s wonderful improv piece saw the German nod past the agitated Alisson of Reece James’s whipped corner:

James, however, soon went from hero to villain, being sent to an early bathroom after he was credited with deliberately avoiding an effort from Diogo Jota with his arm.

Mohamed Salah, in turn, stepped forward to score the ensuing penalty shot, securing a share of the spoils for Liverpool.

‘Condemn these actions’

However, as described above, a day of stellar entertainment in Merseyside on Saturday was hit by a round of totally unsavory chants from the local crowd.

Weeks after being heavily criticized for repeatedly singing ‘Chelsea rent boy’ in the direction of Blues borrower Billy Gilmour, a similar chant was heard at Anfield last night.

Liverpool have already been firm in their position that such behavior is seen as completely unacceptable by the club, a position that has since been reiterated once again.

In a post on the Reds’ social media platforms, a statement was posted confirming that an investigation will be opened into the situation:

“Liverpool FC are disappointed by reports that a small portion of our supporters were heard singing offensive songs during Saturday’s game with Chelsea at Anfield.”

The club strongly condemns these actions and will investigate all reports of abusive and / or discriminatory behavior with the relevant authorities to identify the perpetrators. LFC is committed to tackling abusive and discriminatory behavior, which has no place in football or in society ”.

As part of its Red Together campaign, which encompasses all of the club’s work on equality, diversity and inclusion, LFC strives to be at the forefront of the fight against all forms of discrimination both online and in the stadium to create an inclusive environment for all. ‘

“The club wants to remind its fans of its code of conduct, which clearly outlines what it expects from all fans visiting Anfield.”

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Premier League table

# Team MP D P
1 West Ham United 3 5 7
2 Chelsea Football Club 3 5 7
3 Liverpool FC 3 5 7
4 Everton FC 3 4 7
5 Manchester city 3 9 6
6 Tottenham Hotspur 2 2 6
7 Brighton and Hove Albion 3 1 6
8 Leicester City 3 -1 6
9 Brentford fc 3 2 5
10 United manchester 2 4 4
eleven Aston Villa 3 1 4
12 Watford FC 2 -1 3
13 Southampton FC 3 -2 2
14 crystal Palace 3 -3 2
fifteen Newcastle united 3 -4 1
sixteen Leeds United 2 -4 1
17 Wolverhampton Wanderers 2 -2 0
18 FC Burnley 2 -3 0
19 Norwich city 3 -9 0
twenty Arsenal FC 3 -9 0
Player Team Goals
Antonio, Michail West Ham United 4
Fernandes, Bruno United manchester 3
Calvert-Lewin, Dominic Everton FC 3
Salah, Mohamed Liverpool FC 2
Benrahma said West Ham United 2
Ings, Danny Aston Villa 2
Vardy, Jamie Leicester City 2
Fornals, Pablo West Ham United 2
Torres, Ferran Manchester city 2
Son, Heung Min Tottenham Hotspur 2
Wilson, Callum Newcastle united 2
Maupay, Neal Brighton and Hove Albion 2
Gray, Demarai Everton FC 2
Jota, Diogo Liverpool FC 2
Gallagher, Conor crystal Palace 2
Greenwood, Mason United manchester 2
Jesus, Gabriel Manchester city 1
James, Reece Chelsea Football Club 1
Doucoure, Abdoulaye Everton FC 1
Mahrez, Riyadh Manchester city 1


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