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Kepa Arrizabalaga produced a stunning triple save to deny Liverpool an important equaliser in their FA Cup clash at Stamford Bridge.
The 25-year-old Spanish shot-stopper has faced competition from Willy Caballero for the No 1 Chelsea spot this season.
And Kepa proved his worth after Frank Lampard handed him a start in Chelsea's fifth-round FA Cup showdown with the Reds.
Sadio Mane's close-range effort was kept out by the Spain international before he was called into action to parry a shot from Divock Origi.
Kepa capped off a sensational moment of brilliance when he denied 19-year-old Curtis Jones from making his mark on the scoresheet.
Fans have flocked to Twitter and praised the Chelsea shot-stopper for keeping the Blues in the lead going into half-time.
Chelsea took the lead early into the first half after Adrian suffered a howler.
Fabinho lost the ball on the edge of his area and Willian pounced on the opportunity by firing a shot at the Liverpool shot-stopper, who fumbled the ball into the back of his net.
Full-time result: Ross Barkley scored a sublime second for Chelsea to complete a sensational victory for Frank Lampard's men.
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