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Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel achieved another massive feat following Chelsea’s 1-0 victory over Liverpool at Anfield on Thursday.
Following the victory over Liverpool, Tuchel became the first Chelsea boss since Jose Mourinho in 2014 to beat Liverpool at Anfield.
Antonio Conte, Maurizio Sarri and Frank Lampard all failed to beat Liverpool at Anfield during their as Chelsea boss.
The Blues moved up to fourth in the Premier League standings after beating the reigning champions 1-0 at Anfield, thanks to a first-half goal from Mason Mount.
Tuchel told Sky Sports following the victory over Liverpool: “We played with courage, had excellent moments with the ball, had moments we needed to suffer, never lost the attitude and desire and a deserved win and big performance.
“It was a very good team performance. They ask you a lot of questions and we need to have the answers.
“Everyone was very brave and everyone was sharp. It is a six-point game because the others lose. The race is on, there are still 11 games to go.
“We go step by step. We can never rest and never celebrate, there is no time.”