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Live Reporting

By Emma Sanders

All times stated are UK

  1. Post update

    Gary Rose's match report is now available to read on the website.

    You can join us for more European football tomorrow night as Wolves take on Pyunik in the second leg of their Europa League third-round qualifying. They already have a comfortable 4-0 lead. The preview for that match is here.

    And of course, we will be back for more Premier League action this weekend, with Arsenal kicking off against Burnley at 12:30 BST on Saturday.

    Liverpool take on Southampton, while Chelsea play Leicester on Sunday.

    See you then!

  2. 'I've got confidence in that performance'


    Chelsea manager Frank Lampard speaking to BT Sport: "I've got nothing but pride in the team and the performance, and confidence in what that means.

    "It was a tough game against a good Liverpool team that had extra time to recover after the weekend. But sometimes football comes down to little moments of luck.

    "Mason Mount and Tammy Abraham added an extra dimension when they came on, and were unlucky not to score. Tammy needs to keep his head up because that's part and parcel of being a top player.

    "But people keep talking about the young players at Chelsea. Let's talk about Jorginho and Kante, and I could name a few others. We've got a quality bunch in there, a really good group, and we're working hard. I'm trying to instill the way I want to play and there were so many good things tonight.

    "After Sunday, tonight was another level, and we were unlucky not to win. We've got three games now till the international break and we'll try to win them all."

  3. Post update

    Chelsea manager Frank Lampard admits to BT Sport he is the "worst loser in the world" and hated watching Liverpool lift the trophy.

  4. 'I told Adrian he could be the hero'


    Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk speaking to BT Sport: "It was a good game to watch for a neutral, but it was tough for both sides. They played well and we had moments of good football, especially at the beginning of the second half.

    "We put them under pressure and created chances. We played a higher line and won the second balls. At the beginning (of the game) the gaps were too big.

    "I said before the game that anything can happen in a final and in the end the penalties decided the game.

    "I told Adrian before penalties he could be the hero tonight and he did it so I'm happy for him and for the club."

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    Chris: Chelsea need a top class finisher Tammy Abraham is not a finished product yet.

    Joe: Great game but the undoubted star of the show was the ref. OK, wrong penalty decision but overall absolutely storming performance.

  6. 'What a story!'


    On his new goalkeeper Adrian, Klopp added: "What a story. He kept his nerves together.

    "He's loud in the dressing room already. I don't think he's won a lot in his life so it's good for him to win it. He made some unbelievable saves, both keepers did, so I'm really happy for him."

  7. 'It was all about winning'


    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp speaking to BT Sport: "It was a very difficult game for both teams. It was all about winning it and we did that in the end.

    "Nobody in the stadium wanted extra-time, it was a killer. I'm not sure about the penalty but who cares now.

    "We started well then dropped off... we could talk about football but it's too late now. We had to fight and the boys did tonight."

  8. Post update

    Lovely moment as the fans sing another round of "You'll Never Walk Alone" with the players lining up in front of them.

    16-year-old Harvey Elliott gets his hands on the trophy and kisses it before the big man Virgil van Dijk robs it off him.

  9. Post update

    Jurgen Klopp is asked about Adrian in his interview with BT Sport. His response?

    "ADRRRRRIAAAAAAN! What a guy."

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    Omonuku: It’s the lack of a top finisher that will cost Chelsea this season. For now, Tammy Abraham is a championship player at best. He is way below Chelsea level. He should have won the game in extra time. Gutted!!

  11. Post update

    Queen's "We are the champions" is being played in Istanbul.

  12. Post update

    Liverpool 2-2 (5-4 pens) Chelsea

    Don Hutchison

    Ex-Liverpool midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live on BBC Radio 5 live

    I get the feeling when I'm watching forwards that sometimes you aren't bothered how many goals they get, and Firmino is one of them. He created so much room for everybody when he came on.

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    KoloKK: Liverpool. Penalty Shootouts and Istanbul...

    Bright Eugene VII: Istanbul is, more or less, Liverpool's home ground.

    Adrian lifts the Super Cup
  14. 'Fans will love him'

    Liverpool 2-2 (5-4 pens) Chelsea

    Don Hutchison

    Ex-Liverpool midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live on BBC Radio 5 live

    When I saw Christian Pulisic playing at 18 for Dortmund I thought he was Ballon d'Or material and that was probably a little bit strong on my part, but the Chelsea fans are going to love watching Pulisic play.

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    Liverpool fans sing "You'll Never Walk Alone" as the players walk around the pitch, applauding them.

    Jurgen Klopp is singing his lungs out too!

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    Mark A Notley: Why set the rules of a keepers feet during penalties and not enforce it? Adrian was not in a legal position for that final penalty and it should have been retaken. Despite that, a great game and great officiating! Well done both teams.