Brendan Rodgers of Liverpool looks to a dejected Steven Gerrard (Picture: Getty Images)
Brendan Rodgers accused Chelsea of parking ‘two buses’ at Anfield after a damaging 2-0 defeat which takes Liverpool’s title fate out of their own hands.
Chelsea defended deep throughout but Demba Ba capitalised on a Steven Gerrard error and Willian tapped in a breakaway second for a win which, coupled with Manchester City’s 2-0 victory at Crystal Palace, hands the initiative to Manuel Pellegrini’s men.
‘They obviously sat very deep. I think there were two buses parked today, never mind one,’ bemoaned Reds boss Rodgers.
‘It was like a back six with three midfield players in front of that. That’s ten, with the goalkeeper, consistently behind the ball.
‘I don’t think it’s a tactic. It is not difficult to coach, putting ten players on the edge of the 18-yard box. It’s totally opposite to how we…
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