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Liverpool 2-2 Chelsea - UEFA Super Cup: RESULT

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Liverpool 2-2 Chelsea (AET, 5-4 PENS), RESULT: Adrian the shootout hero as he saves Tammy Abraham penalty to help Reds win all-English Super CupOlivier Giroud slotted home to give Chelsea deserved first half leadSadio Mane equalised at the start of the second half for LiverpoolMane fired Liverpool in front but Jorginho equalised with penalty kickMatch went to penalties following 2-2 draw after extra-timeAdrian saved Tammy Abraham penalty in shootout to hand Liverpool victory Liverpool XI: Adrian, Gomez, Matip, Van Dijk, Robertson (Alexander-Arnold), Milner (Wijnaldum), Fabinho, Henderson, Oxlade-Chamberlain (Firmino), Salah, Mane (Origi)Chelsea XI: Arrizabalaga, Azpilicueta, Zouma, Christensen (Tomori), Emerson Palmieri, Jorginho, Kante, Kovacic (Barkley), Pulisic (Mount), Giroud (Abraham), PedroREAD: The full Super Cup match report from Vodafone Park 

Liverpool have won the UEFA Super Cup on penalties after stand-in goalkeeper Adrian saved Tammy Abraham's spot-kick in the shootout.

Adrian, a replacement for Alisson who injured his calf during Liverpool's Premier League win over Norwich, blocked a tame penalty from Tammy Abraham to ensure a 5-4 shootout win.

READ: The full Super Cup match report from Vodafone Park

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Liverpool and Chelsea have already won major European silverware this year and now they will have a chance to add another continental pot to their trophy cabinet in the Super Cup.

As European champions, the Reds return to Istanbul looking for another glorious evening having previously won the Champions League in the city in 2005.

Frank Lampard's side however travel as holders of the Europa League and will be hoping to use the game to bounce back from their 4-0 defeat at Manchester United in their Premier League opener on Sunday. Kick-off from Vodafone Park is at 8pm BST.


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