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17 September 2017, 06:33 | Sandy Nunez
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Such was his players' dominance that, speaking after the game, Klopp struggled to comprehend the result. "It could have been more often, of course, because with one better decision here or there then we would have had a few more". They made seven changes, players who have been brought in for absolute fortunes, players on the bench who have come in for £35m. I think we showed that last week.
"Our plan was to keep them from our goal", Dyche said.
Liverpool were back on terms four minutes later, when Emre Can's lofted ball over the top found Salah, who managed to squeeze a shot between two Burnley bodies and inside Pope's near post.
"It feels unusual, it feels wrong but it is a fact we drew", said Klopp.
"We know it's tough coming to these places and we are willing to do the bits that are nitty gritty in the game". You don't finish the situations.
Salah was one of the rare bright spots of this performance; regularly causing Burnley problems and sparing his side's blushes with a drilled equaliser. "This is where we have to improve". Jürgen Klopp will expect to see a reply from his Liverpool team and put that game behind them.
"A little block here, we miss Arfield, or forget him, and he can score", said Klopp.
"For me it's really hard always to come completely on your planet, visit you and say 'Yeah you're right, there were five good options out there and we missed them because, I don't know, we wanted to spend the money anywhere else'". We played good, were fluent with seven changes.
"But it is 1-1, I'm not happy about it because of the performance". After throwing away a 2-1 lead against Sevilla mid-week, Jurgen Klopp would have hoped to convert the Burnley fixture into a stright-forward win to rake in three crucial points.
Typically, it's the back line that gets called out the most, with the central defenders the primary targets for criticism. In the past we didn't feel good in the game.
"The players who are developing with the club, every year you stay in the Premier League, it's nearly subliminal, you just feel more at ease and have more belief".
"It's nearly subliminal at times".
"My job is really to make the best out of this season and it's easy for me in a lot of moments to believe in this team - it's easy".
"There are challenges along the way, we're not naive, we've had a healthy start and there's work to be done, but there has been adjustments made".
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