0-1 Giroud (36'). 1-1 Mane (48'). 2-1 Mane (95'). 2-2 Jorginho (101' pen).
Liverpool vs Chelsea: Live Stream TV Updates and How to Watch UEFA Super Cup Match 2019
Liverpool and Chelsea clash in the UEFA Super Cup on Wednesday evening | Photo: Getty/ Plumb Images

Liverpool vs Chelsea: Live Stream TV Updates and How to Watch UEFA Super Cup Match 2019

Follow along for Liverpool vs Chelsea live stream online, TV channel, lineups preview and score updates of the 2019 UEFA Super Cup. Kickoff time: 20:00 BST.

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Liverpool FCAdrian, Gomez, Matip, Van Dijk, Robertson, Fabinho, Milner, Henderson, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Mane.
Chelsea fcKepa, Azpilicueta, Christensen, Zouma, Emerson, Kante, Jorginho, Kovacic, Pedro Giroud, Pulisic.
INCIDENTSUEFA Super Cup match between Liverpool and Chelsea.
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Liverpool win Super Cup
FT: Liverpool win the 2019 by virtue of a penalty shootout. Tammy Abraham misses the final penalty of what until then was a flawless shootout. Adrian is the surprise hero for Liverpool just a few days after signing for the club.

Jordan Henderson will lift the Super Cup, confirming the Reds status as kings of Europe this year. Chelsea will feel hard done by after a much better showing but this performance was an illustration of Frank Lampard and where his side are going.

PENALTY MISSED: Abraham (5-4)
PENALTY SCORED: Salah (5-4)
PENALTY SCORED: Emerson (4-4)
PENALTY SCORED: Alexander-Arnold (4-3)
PENALTY SCORED: Mount (3-3)
PENALTY SCORED: Origi (3-2)
PENALTY SCORED: Barkley (2-2)
PENALTY SCORED: Fabinho (2-1)
PENALTY SCORED: Jorginho (1-1)
PENALTY SCORED: Firmino (1-0)
Here we go... Firmino to take the first penalty.
Penalties
120' With players strewn across the pitch, the referee wisely blows the whistle for full time. The 2019 Super Cup will be decided by penalties.
119' Jorginho finds himself with plenty of options in front of him but fails to find any of his teammates. Players from both sides are struggling with cramp in the intense heat of Istanbul.
118' Mason Mount finds another effort saved by Adrian. Tammy Abraham follows Mount's effort in but is offside.
115' Chelsea have found something. Emerson sprints forward and should cross. Instead he shoots but still manages to earn a corner.
113' Tammy Abraham lays off Mason Mount who nearly finds the winner, forcing a strong save from Adrian. Pedro then picks up the ball on the edge of the box and finds himself some space, curling one inches past the post.
112' The game appears to be drifting towards penalties as both sides appear to have tired. Can either side find that extra gear?
109' Joel Matip surges all the way forward into the Chelsea box but Wijnaldum cannot control his cross.
107' Mason Mount takes on Trent Alexander-Arnold and forces a free-kick. The right-back is booked for the challenge.
106' We are back underway at Vodafone Park.
Half way through extra time
105' We have reached half time in this period of extra time. It has now surpassed midnight in Istanbul. Liverpool play their next league match at 3pm this Saturday.
105' Origi's first impact is to fire a dangerous cross in, cleared for a corner by Emerson.
105' Two minutes have been added to this first-half of extra time.
104' Barkley finds Pedro on the byline and the winger cuts it back to Pedro who flashes the ball across the six-yard box. Tammy Abraham meets the cross but cannot get enough of a touch on the ball as the ball falls agonisingly wide for the Blues.
Substitution
103' Divock Origi is replacing Liverpool goalscorer Sadio Mane.
Substitution
101' Ross Barkley has replaced Matteo Kovacic.
GOAL FOR CHELSEA
101' Jorginho strokes the penalty into the bottom right corner and we are back to honours even!
PENALTY TO CHELSEA
99' Tammy Abraham has nipped in front of Adrian and the Spaniard brings down the striker. Stéphanie Frappart awards the penalty and VAR confirms the decision.
98' Tammy Abraham finds himself one on one with Kepa and manages to squeeze a shot away but Adrian saves well.
95' Kurt Zouma plays Firmino onside as Mane slots him in down the left of Chelsea's box. The Brazilian then cuts it back for Mane who slots an inch-perfect finish into the top right-hand corner with the inside of his boot. 2-1 Liverpool.
GOAL FOR LIVERPOOL
95' Mane gets his brace!
92' Joe Gomez makes his first foray forward from left back after being released by Wignaldum. The defender cuts in side and forces a good save from Kepa.
91' Worth noting that both managers can now make a fourth substitution, due to the game going to extra time.
Substitution
90' Trent Alexander-Arnold is replacing Andy Robertson. Joe Gomez will now play at left-back.
Extra-time
The two sides cannot be separated after ninety minutes, meaning we will go to extra-time and penalties if required.

Jurgen Klopp and Frank Lampard will see it as far from ideal that their players are having to put more miles into their legs but the prize of another trophy for these two heavyweights is at stake.

92' Liverpool nearly win it at the death! Salah hammers a cross across the six-yard box but the ball evades everyone and we are heading to extra-time!
91' Liverpool have one final chance to get the ball in the box after Emerson fouls Joe Gomez, removing the Liverpool player's boot in the process.
90' Two minutes of added time.
89' Zouma almost finds the winner for Chelsea. Mount's corner was whipped into a dangerous area and Zouma is just unable to keep his header under the bar.
89' Chelsea are finishing strongly with Mason Mount cutting inside and angling a cross towards Tammy Abraham. The Blues have worked themselves a corner...
86' Mane looks to have missed a big chance after latching onto a Salah through ball but the winger was adjudged offside.
85' Henderson is booked for pulling down Emerson.
Substitution
85' Chelsea make their final change as Fikayo Tomori replaces Christensen.
Chelsea goal disallowed again
83' Mason Mount thinks he's made the crucial impact from the bench, lashing one across Adrian and into the bottom corner. Unfortunately for Mount, the assistant referee had correctly raised her flag.
82' Kante reaches the byline and cuts back to Pedro who fires his shot into the body of Van Dijk. 
81' Salah's free-kick is straight at the wall and deflects out for a corner which comes to nothing.
79' Azpilicueta is booked for a push on Sadio Mane right on the edge of the Chelsea box. Free-kick in a dangerous position for LFC.
78' Jordan Henderson hangs one up towards the back post but Azpilicueta manages to intervene with Robertson poised to strike at the back post.
75' Kepa produces an incredible double save to keep Chelsea level in this tie. First Salah fires one across goal before Van Dijk looks certain to score but Kepa somehow manages to tip the ball onto the bar and away to safety. Still 1-1!
Double Chelsea substitution
74' Mason Mount and Tammy Abraham are coming on for Chelsea. Pulisic and Giroud make way.
74' Virgil Van Dijk sprays an exquisite pass to Mohamed Salah who is tackled by Kurt Zouma to force a corner.
70' A rare period of calm in this thrilling second-half. If neither team scores in the next twenty minutes we are heading for extra-time.
67' Andy Robertson, who has been quiet going forward, unleashes Mane down the left. Mane's cross is intercepted by Kepa.
65' Pedro finds space down the right and Gomez does well to deal with his cross.
Substitution
64' Georginio Wijnaldum replaces James Milner.
63' Van Dijk makes another vital intervention, heading Pulisic's dangerous corner away to safety.
62' Pulisic attempts to slide Pedro in before Van Dijk clears for a corner.
59' Chelsea manage to force a corner but Pulisic sends his cross over the entire party of players in the box.
58' Kante manages to intercept Salah's attempted pass into Milner on the edge of the box. Chelsea are camped inside their own half.
55' Chelsea are trying to take the sting out of the game and halt the incessant Liverpool attack, retaining possession in their own half.
54' Firmino and Salah combine down Liverpool's right-hand side as a one-two just evades Firmino and the ball dribbles out for a goal-kick.
53' The Liverpool fans can now be heard in all four corners of Vodafone Park.
52' This has been a frantic start to the second-half. Mane is released down the left and squares it for Jordan Henderson who has his strike deflected into the arms of Kepa.
51' Emerson evades a challenge in the Liverpool box as he seemed destined to be brought down. His cross can only be diverted for a goal kick.
50' Firmino has changed this game in the space of five minutes. Liverpool's number nine lays the ball off to compatriot Fabinho who fizzes a long-range effort just wide.
48' Fabinho lifts a ball over the Chelsea back four and Firmino almost makes an instant impact. Kepa stops the Brazilian's effort but Sadio Mane is on hand to tap into an empty net. 1-1.
GOAL FOR LIVERPOOL
Sadio Mane finds the instant equaliser after half-time!
46' We are back underway as Chelsea get the second-half going.
Firmino is replacing Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain who struggled to impose himself on his return from injury.
Roberto Firmino is readying himself to enter the action. Who he is replacing is yet to be confirmed.
Half time
Chelsea head into the break a goal ahead after a typically calm Olivier Giroud finish. The half was for the most part controlled by Chelsea, with Liverpool failing to settle into their usual attacking flow. Jurgen Klopp's side will have to provide a lot more if they are to get their hands on the trophy tonight.
44' Respite for Liverpool as they surge forward. A Milner cross flashes across the box before a Salah back-heel is nearly controlled by Andy Robertson but the Scot can only take the ball out of play.
42' Chelsea have really stamped their authority on this game with that goal. The force another corner but Jorginho fires high and wide after the ball fell to him on the edge of the box.
Chelsea goal disallowed
39' Christian Pulisic fires a delightful finish past Adrian but the goal has been ruled out for offside. Correct decision.
36' N'Golo Kanté drives through the Liverpool midfield before finding Christian Pulisic. Pulisic then slides Olivier Giroud in, who makes no mistake slotting the ball past Adrian. 1-0 Chelsea.
GOAL FOR CHELSEA
Giroud!!
35' James Milner appears to be struggling with a knock but typically he is carrying on.
32' Pedro threads a deft pass between the Liverpool centre backs but Adrian rushes out to snatch the ball away from Kovacic's feet.
30' Liverpool win another corner with James Milner picking out Mane whose header is directed straight at Kepa.
28' Liverpool manage to force a corner after a better spell in play. Van Dijk meets the corner but can only force his effort over the bar.
27' Pulisic squares the ball across the Liverpool six-yard box but no-one is there to tap in for the Blues.
26' Chelsea have done well supressing the Liverpool front three so far, with Kepa only really being forced into one meaningful action.
23' Chelsea beginning to assert themselves here in Istanbul. Another chance falls to the Blues as an acrobatic Giroud effort goes wide.
22' Chance!! Pedro finally gets close to Giroud and the pair play a lovely one-two which finds Pedro in acres of space in the box. The Spaniard then smashes his strike against the bar and Liverpool are lucky to come away level.
20' Kovacic makes his first impact on the game but playing a surging pass for Pedro. Andy Robertson is on hand to recover excellently and stop the move.
19' Olivier Giroud cannot quite keep control of a long ball. The striker appears to be slightly isolated at the moment with Pedro and Pulisic struggling to get close to the Frenchman.
16' Chelsea then fire straight back with a chance of their own, however Giroud can only drag his shot wide.
15' Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain plays an inch-perfect pass to put Salah in one on one. Salah stabs a left footed finish which is stopped low to Kepa's right. The best chance of the match so far.
12' Mo Salah slides Henderson in down the right before the captain fires in a dangerous cross. Christensen does very well to clear the ball for a corner.
11' Pedro picks up possession on the right before cutting in and unfurling a left-footed strike just wide of the Liverpool goal.
10' N'Golo Kante appears to be at full fitness, surging forward before losing control just before the Liverpool box.
9' A Liverpool free-kick falls to Fabinho in a promising position but the Brazilian can only fire his cross into the hands of Kepa.
8' It has been a frantic start to the match with neither side enjoying a prolonged period of possession. 
6' Liverpool are showing their usual fluidity in the forward areas with Mo Salah already switching to the left-wing after starting on the right of a front three.
5' First save of the match as Joel Matip heads into the ground, forcing a comfortable save for Kepa.
4' Liverpool attack for the first time and Sadio Mane unleashes an overhead kick from a Jordan Henderson cross. 

Corner Liverpool.

3' A Virgil Van Dijk handball hands Chelsea a free-kick which is taken quickly, but comes to nothing.
2' Emerson releases Pulisic down the left-hand side, allowing the American to showcase the pace he possesses. 
1' Its James Milner who gets the 2019 Super Cup underway!
Teams are out
Jordan Henderson and Cesar Azpilicueta lead their sides out and we are nearly ready to go here in Istanbul.

Both captains are carrying their respective trophies out with them before placing them on either side of the trophy on offer this evening.

The Ox returns
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will be looking forward to tonight more than most.

Having been sidelined by injury for all of last season, the 25 year-old is starting his first match since April 2018.

Both sides warming up
The teams are out on the pitch in Istanbul going through their usual warm ups.

Should the game end in a draw, we will head to extra-time and then penalties.

Liverpool and Chelsea make history
Tonight signifies the first time that two English teams will contest for the UEFA Super Cup.

Recent Super Cup history is dominated by Spanish teams but tonight gives the Premier League the chance to showcase why it dominated Europe last season.

Can Chelsea hit back?
The nature of last weekend's defeat means that despite playing only one competitive fixture, Frank Lampard and his side are already being questioned by certain sections of the footballing world.

Tonight represents the perfect chance for the Blues to show that Sunday's loss was merely a blip in the start of their new journey under club legend Lampard.

Milestone for Matip
Tonight's fixture is all the more important for Joel Matip, who is turning out for the Reds for the 100th time. 



 

Experience preferred for Lampard
After fielding a youthful line-up against Manchester United, the Chelsea team has a more experienced look to it this evening.

Frenchmen N'Golo Kanté and Olivier Giroud are selected in place of Mason Mount and Tammy Abraham. New signing Christian Pulisic also comes in for Ross Barkley.

Keita missing for Liverpool
Jurgen Klopp has made five changes from the XI he selected for Friday night's victory over Norwich City.

Midfielder Naby Keita was not available for selection after picking up a muscle strain. 

Chelsea XI
Kepa, Azpilicueta, Christensen, Zouma, Emerson, Kanté, Jorginho, Kovacic, Pedro, Giroud, Pulisic.
Liverpool XI
Adrian, Gomez, Matip, Van Dijk, Robertson, Fabinho, Milner, Henderson, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Mane.
Team News
Tonight's line-ups from both sides will be coming in any moment...
Our live commentary will resume at 19:00 BST, bringing you all the team news and build-up as we get it.
How to watch
The game will be shown live on BT Sport 2. 

If you are unable to watch the game live, then the live feed on VAVEL UK is the perfect option!

Klopp wary of a new Chelsea approach
Speaking to the club's official website, Jurgen Klopp was keen to praise Frank Lampard and his managerial credentials:

“They are different [from last season], that’s clear, because I think Maurizio Sarri has a very dogmatic style and that’s exactly what they had. Now the set-up is slightly different but it’s still a proper plan there, you can see it. Mason Mount is a really wonderful talent who plays a really important role already. 

I think Frank showed last year with Derby that he’s a very, very, very good manager because he changed Derby pretty much overnight. I didn’t know Derby too well but what I heard about it and when I saw them playing last year, especially against United if you want, it was: ‘What a game!

So, proper football, really high intensity, all that stuff, it’s all there, what you need. Good defending [and] high defending, so it will be a challenge. It will be a really interesting game and for us a proper job to do."

 

Lampard looking to bounce back at the first opportunity
Frank Lampard is aware of the threat Liverpool possess, but also stressed the merits of his own side:

"In terms of the defeat, I think you always learn as a manager along with your players. We played very well for 60 minutes but if you make defensive errors against good teams then it will cost you. We have to be adaptable and accept the strengths of our opponent so there may be subtle changes in our approach but one thing that won’t change is our intensity to win the ball back.

I’m optimistic because I believe in the players. We’re here in the final because we deserve to be due to the achievements of the players and the club last season. We understand the quality of an opponent like Liverpool because they deservingly won the Champions League this year."

Men's Super Cup to be officiated by group of female officials
A major men's European final will be led by a team of female officials, in what will be a groundbreaking development for football.

Stéphanie Frappart will referee the game alongside assistants Manuela Nicolosi and Michelle O'Neill. The trio took charge of the Women's World Cup Final last month.

Frappart is now one of France's twenty-three elite officials and will take change of Ligue 1 fixtures regularly this season. She took charge of her first Ligue 1 match in April, featuring Amiens and RC Strasbourg. 

Predicted line-ups
Liverpool: Adrian, Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Van Dijk, Robertson, Fabinho, Keita, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Firmino, Mane.

Chelsea: Kepa, Azpilicueta, Zouma, Christensen, Alonso, Jorginho, Kovacic, Pedro, Barkley, Pulisic, Giroud.

Liverpool team news
Sadio Mane looks likely to return to the starting XI after only being able to feature from the bench in the Premier League curtain raiser.

Alisson and Nathaniel Clyne are the only casualties for the Reds, however Dejan Lovren has not travelled with the squad as it appears more and more likely that he will depart the club. 

Chelsea team news
A series of injuries means that Frank Lampard is likely to continue with a youthful flavour to his line-up.

N'Golo Kanté suffered a fresh knock in Sunday's loss to Manchester United which may see him once again restricted to place on the bench.

Despite travelling, both Willian and Antonio Rudiger are both not ready to start. The former will have a place on the bench, however it is unlikely that Rudiger will be risked.

How the teams got here
Jurgen Klopp's sides participation in the Super Cup was secured in Madrid as Liverpool collected their sixth European crown, overcoming Tottenham Hotspur in a 2-0 win. 

Chelsea secured their place in Istanbul with a 4-1 drubbing of London rivals Arsenal in Baku last May. The game proved to be star player Eden Hazard's last for the club, with the Blues now undergoing a new phase in their history.

Liverpool looking to continue promising start
Due to being in the Community Shield, Liverpool's season began slightly earlier than counterparts Chelsea.

A narrow loss on penalties did not relieve any enthusiasm from a performance that could on another day, have seen them walk away with the season's first piece of silverware.

The Reds Premier League campaign then got off to a flying start, cruising past newly promoted Norwich with a convincing 4-1 victory.

Frank Lampard optimistic despite nightmare start
Chelsea endured the worst possible start to their league campaign, losing 4-0 to Manchester United at Old Trafford.

Despite being the better side in the first-half, Frank Lampard's side went into the break a goal down.

The Blues were then blown away by a rampant United in the second period, meaning they will be determined to give a better account of themselves this time out.

Kick-off
The UEFA Super Cup will be contested between Liverpool and Chelsea at the BJK Vodafone Park in Istanbul, Turkey. The game is scheduled to kick-off at 20:00 BST.
Welcome!
Welcome to VAVEL.com's LIVE coverage of the 2019 UEFA Super Cup: Liverpool vs Chelsea! My name is Charlie Martin and I will be guiding you through the events of this game. We will provide you with pre-game analysis, team news, and live updates as they happen; here on VAVEL.
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