Fernando Llorente shows why Chelsea want him
Llorente proves worth
Swansea striker Fernando Llorente showed why he's a January target for Chelsea with a brace against Liverpool.
The summer signing scored from point-blank range for his first but showcased his aerial ability with a stunning header to make it 2-0.
Ragnar Klavan struggled to deal with Fernando Llorente all game
Klavan had a shocker
Liverpool defender Ragnar Klavan struggled to deal with Llorente all day and was second best in the air for the Spaniard's second goal.
He was lucky to remain on the pitch for the whole 90 minutes after he avoided a second booking for a late challenge on Llorente.
The Estonian also had a hand in Swansea's winner as the ball ricocheted off him to fall into the path of goalscorer Gylfi Sigurdsson.
Philippe Coutinho not 100 per cent fit
Coutinho not ready
Philippe Coutinho made his second start since returning form a lengthy spell on the sidelines with an ankle injury.
But the Brazilian was taken off on 55 minutes with Liverpool 2-1 down as Jurgen Klopp favoured Daniel Sturridge to mount a comeback.
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Liverpool will now be relying on Manchester City and Hull to do them a favour when they take on title rivals Tottenham and Chelsea later this weekend.
The Reds already sit seven points behind leaders Chelsea and are level on points with second-place Spurs – and cannot afford to fall further behind.
Klopp's title charge takes a hit as Clement's survival bid improves
Safety is possible
The Anfield win lifted Swansea off the bottom of the Premier League and two points clear of the relegation zone.
It's Paul Clement's first league win since he took charge at the Liberty Stadium earlier this month and he'll be happy with the performance of new signings Tom Carroll and Martin Olsson.