Watch Handbags+ Post Match Analysis From Chelsea v Liverpool

Despite a late charge from Andy Carroll, Chelsea came out victorious thanks to goals from Ramires and Drogba. We picked apart the best bits of the game to bring you some proper post match analysis. Here's Handbags+
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Despite a late charge from Andy Carroll, Chelsea came out victorious thanks to goals from Ramires and Drogba. We picked apart the best bits of the game to bring you some proper post match analysis. Here's Handbags+

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Roberto Di Matteo did his chances of getting the Chelsea job on a permanent basis the world of good by bringing the FA Cup back to Stamford Bridge. Goals from Ramires and Didier Drogba either side of half time were good enough, despite a late charge from Liverpool that saw Andy Carroll finally remember how to play football and spearhead their attack, skinning John Terry for his first goal and coming within half an inch of scoring a second.

For Chelsea fans, they will be reflecting on a season that started so badly, but could end up with them winning two major trophies. Will this win be enough for Di Matteo to get the job on a permanent basis? For Liverpool fans, they'll once again be lamenting the incapability of Jordan Henderson and Stewart Downing and trying to be optimistic after as a disastrous league campaign nears its climax. Straight after the game we broadcast Episode Four of Handbags+ on Sabotage Times Google+ Page.

Joining James Brown we had Barnsley keeper David Preece, Sabotage Times writer Adam Clery, Liverpool fans Ben Cove and Neil Billingham and Chelsea fans Jack Rathborne and Stephen Rea.

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