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Demba Ba insists Chelsea 'did not enjoy' ending Liverpool's title hopes in 2014

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Demba Ba has stated that Chelsea did not enjoy ending Liverpool's title dream in 2014, but admits that he feels no guilt about pouncing on Steven Gerrard's slip to score the crucial goal.

Chelsea, who were managed by Jose Mourinho at the time, secured a 2-0 victory over Liverpool at Anfield in April 2014.

Liverpool looked destined to win their first title in decades after a season-long battle with Manchester City, but Mourinho's men all but ended their hopes with just two games left in the campaign.

Ba opened the scoring for the away side before a cleverly-worked counter-attack saw Willian double Chelsea's lead. Brendan Rodgers' men also squandered a 3-0 lead against Crystal Palace in the following game to hand their rivals the title.

Despite scoring the goal that essentially killed the Reds' title hopes, Ba has revealed that the Blues' only focus was to secure three points and that he did not enjoy causing heartbreak at Anfield.

Liverpool captain Gerrard was on course to win his first ever Premier League crown, but a first half slip saw Ba steal the ball and race through to score the game's first goal.

Ba - who has now retired - played for just two seasons at Stamford Bridge, scoring 14 times in 51 games.

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