It's the best possible result for Pep Guardiola and his side, as it saw two title contenders miss out on obtaining an additional two points from this contest.
Chelsea defender Gary Cahill seemed to agree when asked about this topic. What I really thought was that we should have won the game.
"I was shouting at him because he was in the centre, but no player is happy about that".
"If we were in their shoes we'd be delighted".
Despite insisting he meant to score the goal Willian looked shocked as it hit the back of the net
Mohamed Salah gave Liverpool the lead in the second half before Willian's effort rescued a point for Antonio Conte's side.
Chelsea's remaining Premier League games of 2017 are Swansea City (home), Newcastle United (home), West Ham (away), Huddersfield (away), Southampton (home), Bournemouth (home), Everton (away), Brighton (home) and Stoke (home).
"Look at our run of games, we've highlighted them, we've got every opportunity to pick up a lot of points. We can do better but the boys did well and after a game like this, a performance like tonight should not be taken for granted because it is so hard", he said. "In the first half we were very solid and when we had the ball in the second half we had a lot of chances", the Italian said. We didn't want to do time play or anything, we wanted to change the system.
Asked about Salah's display, he said: 'I love this player but we can not speak all the time about this player after the game.
"We need all of them ready and greedy for when they have a chance to contribute specifically on the pitch".
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