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Default Chelsea need Liverpool’s anger to save precarious position at Barcelona | Paul Wilson

Jürgen Klopp has given Antonio Conte the template: Chelsea must banish defeatism and be ‘hungry, alert and aggressive’ in season-saving Champions League second leg at Camp NouPeople are predicting the end of the Premier League as we know it just because Chelsea showed so little ambition against Manchester City when they had a chance to at least lay a glove on the champions elect.

It is one thing for a team like Newcastle to attempt to keep the score down against top sides in the hope of a favourable goal difference at the end of the season but if the defending champions are now at it the game has obviously gone.

Related: Why Chelsea’s supine surrender at Manchester City should worry us all | Jonathan Wilson

Related: Antonio Conte hits back at comments by Jamie Redknapp and Gary Neville

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