Liverpool Boss Klopp: Burnley Draw Is Our Fault

Klopp's side hit back immediately as Emre Can found Mohamed Salah who controlled and slotted the ball past Nick Pope with relative ease.

They failed to clear the ball and Scott Arfield produced a superb half-volley for his first goal in 11 months.

After the break, Pope denied Livepool on several occasions, including one point-blank save from Dominic Solanke, which he pushed onto the bar.

The forward, who missed Saturday's draw with Burnley at Anfield after starting a three-game ban, is on the radar of Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona, together with Italian champions Juventus.

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In the recent five matches of Liverpool, they have three wins to Crystal Palace, TSG Hoffenheim, and Arsenal.

As you can see form the highlights video below, Coutinho tried way too many shots from distance when a teammate was in a far better position.

Robbie Brady won an aerial challenge with Trent Alexander-Arnold, heading into the area where centre-halves Ragnar Klavan and Joel Matip were drawn into a challenge on Chris Wood.

And this week could have gone much better. Some of the football played was terrific, but they were wasteful in front of goal and suspect at the back.

Jurgen Klopp grew visibly frustrated with a perceived lack of patience from the home fans as another two points went begging.

Burnley then took full advantage of their first genuine spell of pressure and possession as Arfield fired home a crisp finish from the edge of the box to put the visitors ahead largely against the run of play.

Hence it is predicted that Liverpool has more chance to win this match.

Frank continued to hammer the defence and goalkeepers now at Klopp's disposal before suggesting that the time had come to part ways with the German. However, it's always a tough task at Anfield, and the Clarets have lost their last four outings against Liverpool in all competitions.

Burnley suffered a massive loss last week after star goalkeeper Tom Heaton went off with a dislocated shoulder and will be out for the foreseeable future with that injury.

The goals opened up what had been a tight affair with Salah, twice, and Sturridge testing Pope with low shots that were comfortably dealt with.

Even if one counts out Liverpool's game against Watford since it was their opener, the situation still looks grim for Klopp.

"More options, that's all good".

  • Stacy Allen