Yet another phenomenal defeat for the Blues. The pathetic show at Stamford Bridge simply means that Chelsea's season is heading into a virtual crisis. Andre Villas-Boas is still trying to put on a brave face, insisting that Roman Abramovich won't sack him at the sign of the first trouble. But in reality, the pressure on him would be a little too much after a disastrous start to the season with a third defeat in four Premier League matches.
Liverpool had never been a great opposition on the day, but things simply worked in their favour. The first breakthrough came from Liverpool on 33 minutes when Maxi Rodriguez collected the ball slipped on to him by Luis Suarez and clipped over the goalkeeper. Chelsea's famed defence line was a shambles at that moment.
The equaliser came from Daniel Sturridge in the 55th minute. But the coup staged by their own former right-back Glen Johnson who collected Charlie Adam's brilliant pass and went past Ashley Cole before shooting into the far corner of the net just three minutes from time, sealed Chelsea's fate.
With 22 points, Chelsea are in the fourth slot in the League table, 12 points behind Manchester City who are on top. Liverpool too have 22 points, but are on the sixth slot.
Here are some of the decisive moments from the game: