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Klopp: Liverpool could have won every game

Klopp: Liverpool could have won every game

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. Liverpool's vulnerabilities at the back nearly exposed as Mee rises highest to meet a corner delivery, but sees his header cleared off the line by Alexander-Arnold!

But the Brazilian couldn't help break down Sean Dyche's men as Liverpool were held to a 1-1 draw.

Jurgen Klopp says it feels "strange" and "wrong" that Liverpool could only muster a point against Burnley at Anfield.

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. Headers went wide, shots went over and substitute Dominic Solanke even hit the cross-bar from about 4 yards out. My job is to see the performance and we reacted really well.

But Liverpool responded quickly enough to ensure panic and nervousness wouldn't set in - temporarily, at least - with Salah controlling Emre Can's through ball before drilling it past Nick Pope in the Burnley goal three minutes later.

"We know it's tough coming to these places and we are willing to do the bits that are nitty gritty in the game".

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"We made seven changes but we were still really fluent, (playing) offensive football, dominant football", said the German, after watching his side have 35 shots to their opponents' five and enjoy 71 per cent possession.

Klopp had made seven changes to the side which drew midweek against Sevilla - his focus he said was on ensuring players had the right intensity for the game. "But only one goal". There's no point in us signing midfielders, and looking good going forward.

"So we knew it was going to be frustrating and then it kept on going that way, the goalkeeper's made some magnificent saves today and we've just not got the rub of the green".

"I still believe in the long-term, these players will pick themselves up from where they have been knocked down to", he told Sky Sports.

"The only measure is when you get out there and do it, so that's the thing he has to mature into, but from what he's learned, it's been beneficial to him", Dyche said of Pope.

Teams that challenge for the title - or at the very least are in the mixer - turn these draws in to wins and though it wasn't for a lack of trying, we just weren't able to come up with the goods.