Liverpool thrashed Chelsea 3-1 in Stamford Bridge subjected Jose Mourinho's men to their sixth league defeat of the season.
Jurgen Klopp has only lost one game in four against Jose Mourinho and made sure he continue in his winning ways against the Portuguese manager in the English Premier League.
Klopp’s men came back from a goal down to subject Chelsea to their sixth league defeat of the season.
The most league games Mourinho have ever lost as a manager in a season is six, he been defeated that same number of times this football year, and it’s only Ooctober.
His men started brightly and took the lead through Ramires who dived to meet César Azpilicueta’s cross with a header into the net.
Despite conceding an early goal, Liverpool took hold of the game with Philippe Coutinho at the centre of proceedings.
The probed and probed Chelsea sand got their equaliser two minutes into stoppage time at the end of the first half.
It was the man Coutinho again who received a ball from James Milner and an intelligent exchange of play with Firmino.
Coutinho shimmied a couple of times beating his marker Ramires before curling an effort from the edge of the area.
Mourinho removed the unimpressive Eden Hazard in the second half and brought in young Brazilian winger Kennedy.
Kennedy looked to have an instant impact and nearly put Chelsea back in the lead, but could only shot wide off target.
Klopp responded bringing Christian Benteke but it was Chelsea who nearly got the goal.
Oscar won the ball just around the centre circle and attempted an audacious long-range chip which Simon Mignolet saved with his fingertips.
Coutinho however stepped up again to put Liverpool in the lead with another fantastic goal.
He received the ball just outside the penalty box, danced around the defence and curled the ball into the net.
Benteke sealed the win for Liverpool, adding a third with a neat finish.