Liverpool came from a goal down to stun Chelsea 3-1 for new manager Jurgen Klopp’s first Premier League win.
Philippe Coutinho’s brace and a Benteke fine finish piled further pressure on Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho, as the Reds claimed their first victory at Stamford Bridge since 2011.
Chelsea went ahead in the opening five minutes when Ramires headed in Azpilicueta’s cross, after Alberto Moreno failed to defend the brazilian properly.
But Klopp’s side enjoyed the better of the first half, enjoying far more possession.
The equaliser arrived in first half injury time, when Liverpool forward, Philippe Coutinho, turned inside and beautifully curled home from the edge of the box.
The Reds took the lead in the 74th minute, with Coutinho providing another excellent finish after turning inside Terry from Benteke’s knockdown.
It was not long before substitute Christian Benteke slotted home to score Liverpools third and hand Jose Mourinho his 6th loss of the season.