Liverpool fans are fuming with Jurgen Klopp after Liverpool 1-1 Burnley
Sep 17 2017 by Marjorie Miles
They also produced 35 shots but Nick Pope, making the first Premier League start of his career was forced into mainly routine saves from distance as Liverpool's winless run extended to three games in all competitions. "We need to be cool, and that is what we tried to do".
The Clarets are a place above Liverpool in the table and have taken four points from away games against last season's top two - Chelsea and Tottenham - so far in this campaign.
Dyche saidBurnley deliberately targeted Alexander-Arnold in the air and while that tactic paid dividends they did not allow Liverpool a monopoly on weak defending against a long ball.
Liverpool travel to Leicester in the EFL Cup on Tuesday and then again in the Premier League on Saturday, before playing away at Spartak Moscow in the Champions League and then returning to league action at Newcastle United.
Stunned silence shrouded Anfield when the visitors managed to take the lead when Matip and Klavan misjudged a cross and Scott Arfield slotted the ball in with a neat side-foot finish.
The reds put together some brilliant attacking moves but ultimately they drop another 2 points against average opposition and have just 8 points from their opening 5 games. However, it must be frustrating for Klopp to see that Liverpool can't do the same despite having excellent players at their disposal. I saw everything, but I didn't see them too often scoring. Simon Mignolet will likely replace Karius in the goal.
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A second for the hosts looked a matter of when rather than if, but it never did arrive. Both centre-backs went to challenge Chris Wood, and neither got the ball, allowing it to reach Arfield. He didn't play the ball.
You could argue Pope should have done better for Salah's goal but that could be considered harsh following a respectable performance in challenging circumstances.
MF Emre Can, 6 - Created Mo Salah's goal with a fine pass and also went close to a spectacular late victor, but then he got involved in an unnecessary spat with Jack Cork in stoppage time which only served to kill the momentum Liverpool had been building.
He leaves one of our most expensive transfers on the bench for James Milner.
It took just three minutes for Salah to equalise.
Clarets manager Sean Dyche said: "They made seven changes had some fresh faces".