Unbelievable for Liverpool: Naby Keita stars after Burnley disappointment

Unbelievable for Liverpool: Naby Keita stars after Burnley disappointment

Unbelievable for Liverpool: Naby Keita stars after Burnley disappointment

The Clarets have now picked up five points from trips to Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool this season.

They had possession and pressure, chance after chance.

Klopp admitted it would have "been typical" for Liverpool had they scored from either or both of those chances and that is the problem - being so commanding without killing off a game is too much of a distinctive trait for the Merseysiders. Liverpool have a 100% record on home soil in the division this season and boast a one-sided head-to-head record against Burnley at Anfield.

Starting the game slowly, Liverpool was surprised by by a goal from Burnley in the 27th minute.

Scott Arfield gave Burnley the lead against the run of play but Liverpool levelled just three minutes later through Mohamed Salah.

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Danny Ings (knock) is also unlikely to feature although Klopp is sure to make some changes to the side which were held to a draw on Wednesday evening against Sevilla.

Philippe Coutinho, making his first start of the season, was not at his sparkling best as a Liverpool side showing seven changes from their midweek Champions League XI failed to fire.

Liverpool's frustrations continue to grow: After a hellish week in which they were thrashed by Manchester City before conceding late at home to Sevilla in mid-week, this was the flawless opportunity for the Reds to return to winning ways.

Sean Dyche's side nearly claimed all three points as they managed to gain some territory late on, with Ben Mee seeing powerful headers from consecutive corners cleared off the line in the final 10 minutes, first by Matip, then goalkeeper Simon Mignolet. With Sadio Mane (suspension) out, manager Jurgen Klopp brings Coutinho and Daniel Sturridge into Liverpool's attack. But Dyche shouldn't have anxious because, as Burnley tend to do and already showed at Chelsea and Tottenham, they are more than capable of seeing out an attacking storm.

"That's a side of his game he's going to have to sharpen up".

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The Egyptian showed neat control and a touch to take his marker Stephen Ward out of the game before driving an unstoppable finish past Nick Pope, the goalkeeper making his first Premier League start in the absence of injured England global Tom Heaton. Apes. Solanke volley from a distance of 4 meters just hit the crossbar.

"I don't want to ignore that they had two headers at the end of the game; that would have been typical a little bit for us if they would have scored in these situations. Obviously, a great place to play football but we take a lot of confidence there with our recent performances".

It's awesome just how much Deja vu one football team can cause but once again Liverpool pulled out their usual trick.

"We all know the extent to which Tom's professionalism goes, and he's as good as it gets".

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