Upset Liverpool boss Klopp name-checks back four for Burnley goal

Upset Liverpool boss Klopp name-checks back four for Burnley goal

Upset Liverpool boss Klopp name-checks back four for Burnley goal

"We need to enjoy the job, because that's what Burnley are doing".

Klopp's frustration was in stark contrast to Dyche who, having seen his team collect just seven points away from home all last season, has now seen them garner five points from their first three away games - tricky visits to Chelsea, Tottenham and Anfield.

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They were unlucky, perhaps, not to see a late flurry of chances produce a winning goal, but by the final whistle, Anfield regulars were left asking the usual questions.

Jurgen Klopp grew visibly frustrated with a perceived lack of patience from the home fans as another two points went begging. Brady stung Mignolet's palms from 25 yards before, from two corners in quick succession by the Republic of Ireland worldwide, Mee had two free headers at the back post.

Given the nature of Arfield's strike, Klopp admitted that the Reds "could have defended much better".

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As far as the defense is concerned, Trent Alexandre-Arnold should replace Joe Gomez and Andrew Robertson should replace Alberto Moreno to start in the wing-back positions.

A second for the hosts looked a matter of when rather than if, but it never did arrive.

Centre-backs Ragnar Klavan and Joel Matip failed to deal with a cross into the box and Chris Wood's unchallenged knockdown allowed Arfield to coolly slot into the bottom corner to give Burnley - winless at Anfield since 1974 - a shock lead after 27 minutes. There were times when he tried to play through balls through a closed gap, or looking to shoot when a pass would have been more appropriate. After seeing Salah denied a penalty from a hefty Ben Mee challenge, he played on and crossed for substitute Dominic Solanke, who hit the crossbar while attempting to open his Liverpool account. This made a lot of his shots appear as if they're passed directly to the keeper, as was the case against Manchester City as well.

It took just three minutes for Salah to equalise. Nicolas Otamendi added a fourth in the second half with a close-range header.

Philippe Coutinho and Liverpool endured a frustrating day at the hands of Sean Dyche's Burnley. Mohamed Salah read the delivery perfectly, unlike Stephen Ward and Ben Mee who backed off and allowed the Egypt worldwide to control and steer a fine low finish beyond Pope.

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