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Earlier in the second half, Kevin De Bruyne had scored a sensational 30-yard free-kick to restore parity after Chelsea had gone in ahead at the break thanks to Christian Pulisic’s breakaway goal.
The American capitalised on Benjamin Mendy’s error to open the scoring, but City, who had been the better side up until that point, regrouped and came out fighting in the second half.
Fernandinho attempted the same to keep out Tammy Abraham, but the Brazilian clearly used his hand to keep the ball out, which allowed Willian to dispatch the winner into the top left corner and confirm Liverpool as champions.
You can watch the best of the action on the video above.