"I think at the end of the season we can have four or five players over 10 goals".
Chelsea had taken the lead in the 25th minute through Eden Hazard, but Liverpool had golden chances to score three or four goals throughout the game.
Liverpool rescued a point thanks to Daniel Sturridge's stunning 89th-minute strike, after Eden Hazard had put the home side ahead in the first half.
Liverpool's flawless start to the Premier League season came to an end after they drew 1-1 with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
Liverpool now boast a ideal record in the league, whilst Chelsea are only two points behind following their goalless draw with West Ham United.
"I think we made one mistake in the game leading to their goal. I am happy with the performance, I am disappointed they scored in the last few minutes but I feel the draw is the right result", Sarri told BT Sport. "The match was wonderful".
The Egypt worldwide spurned two half-chances in the first half of Saturday's 1-1 draw with Chelsea, and found it hard to link up with Roberto Firmino before being replaced by Xherdan Shaqiri in the second period. It's very hard. I think we can fight for the Champions League places.
"I think he's a top, top player". "But I am really very happy with the defensive performance today, especially in the second half".
"They need the guy up front whether it's [Olivier] Giroud or [Alvaro] Morata - for me both of them are not really on form - to nick that goal to give the other guys that momentum to get into the game so it doesn't all depend on Hazard". As I said, it was just about getting the result.
"I think that he is able to score 40 goals so he has to score another 33".
This was Sturridge's third goal in three games, and it is becoming increasingly hard for Jurgen Klopp not to start him.