Chelsea’s disappointing season continued with a goalless draw against Liverpool, marking their second scoreless match of the campaign. Despite the departure of Graham Potter, who was relieved of his duties as the Blues’ manager, the team’s inability to convert their chances into goals persisted. Kai Havertz and Mateo Kovacic were particularly culpable, squandering several opportunities to put the ball in the back of the net. Even when Havertz did manage to score, his goal was disallowed due to handball. It’s becoming increasingly clear that Havertz, who was brought in as a striker, is not well-suited for the role. On a more positive note, N’Golo Kante made his first start since August and was a standout performer, dominating the midfield with his trademark tenacity. However, even his impressive display wasn’t enough to help Chelsea secure the much-needed victory. It’s clear that the Blues need to find a way to turn their dominance into goals if they hope to salvage their season.