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"It was really nice how the crowd welcomed him [against Sevilla], no one was 100 percent certain of this but we as a Liverpool family were sensitive enough to do this".
Liverpool allow the softest of chances, but they score the sweetest of them too.
Liverpool's completed a disappointing week by drawing 1-1 with Burnley in the Premier League on Saturday.
And addressing Liverpool's defensive errors in the buildup to Burnley's goal, Kloppstressed that his back line "could have defended it much better".
However it was Burnley who would open the scoring, with Scott Arfield firing past Simon Mignolet on 27 minutes afer some unconvincing defending from the hosts.
"It's our fault. We are responsible for the things that happen to us", the German said afterwards, and as was the case in the 2-2 Champions League draw with Sevilla in midweek, they were their own worst enemies.
Dominating the game, Liverpool are only able get a draw of 1-1 when hosting Burnley in the fifth week of English Premier League at Anfield Stadium on Saturday (16/09/2017).
After a good start to the second half and a series of attempts from Philipe Coutinho, Daniel Sturridge cut in from the right and forced a good save from Nick Pope in the Burnley goal.
It has been a tough week for Liverpool, who were flogged 5-0 by Manchester City a week ago before being held by Sevilla.
Klopp pinpointed his side's finishing as the main negative of the day, but felt referee Roger East blundered when he failed to award Mohammed Salah a penalty after he went down under pressure with Liverpool pressing for a winning goal.
Dominic Solanke had Liverpool's best chance to win the game late on, but his instinctive volley ricocheted off the crossbar, and Jurgen Klopp's men had to settle for a point. In a lot of moments of this game you can not play better football than we did today but we didn't finish the situations with their goalkeeper making two outstanding saves.
With the captain out for several months after surgery this week Pope is set for an extended run in the side and his first start at this level will come at Anfield today against Liverpool.
It's wonderful just how much Deja vu one football team can cause but once again Liverpool pulled out their usual trick. I am sure on the worldwide side it will be massive for Wales. Burnley fired a ball into the box and Klavan and Matip both went for the same header.
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