Manchester United legend Gary Neville has named Chelsea’s best two players in Sunday’s 1-1 draw against Liverpool at Stamford Bridge.
“I was a little worried about them (Chelsea) in the first half-an-hour,” Neville said.
“It was a change of system which came out of the blue and we weren’t expecting that. But they grew into the game.
“What there was – and it certainly wasn’t there towards the end of last season when they were disgraceful at times – was that they were persistent. They kept going.
“It was summed up no better than Enzo Fernandez and Conor Gallagher, in the end you were looking at one of them to be Man of the Match for Chelsea. They grew into the game and started to dominate it.”