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Liverpool fan tears into Jurgen Klopp

17 September 2017

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has stuck the knife into the concept of consistent team selection yet again by making seven changes for today's Premier League clash with Burnley.

Dyche's well-drilled side took the lead through Scott Arfield with their first shot on target before Mohamed Salah's fifth goal of the season, and his fourth in succession at Anfield, quickly restored parity. James Tarkowski directed a long diagonal towards Robbie Brady, who got the better of Trent Alexander-Arnold in the air.

"Why we feel so disappointed or frustrated is because we all see what this team would be able to do".

Guardiola's side has scored 15 goals in three matches since the worldwide break, following 5-0 and 4-0 wins over Liverpool and Feyernood respectively.

It could easily have been worse too, as a lack of communication handed the Clarets a late corner that nearly resulted in a goal for an unmarked Ben Mee.

Burnley, of course, have already won 3-2 away at Chelsea this season.

He said: "I'm not happy, I'm angry with the result but pleased with the performance". "We were dominant, fantastic attitude".

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Surely we see some changes after 70+ minutes without finding the match victor.

It's hard for a manager to do anything about the type of errors that led to Scott Arfield's opening goal, but if there is one criticism it's that Klopp possibly should have made his substitutions earlier.

"Under this point of view, Liverpool have not made any improvement under Klopp because they used to allow many goals with Rodgers and the same happens today with Klopp". He wasn't asked to make many saves, but a big one on an 81st minute Ben Mee header may have helped Liverpool salvage at least one point.

Coutinho, rarely involved in that first period, also played through a lively looking Sturridge whose fierce shot struck the Burnley side-netting. You don't expect to come to Anfield and out-pass them, and we never planned for that, so the game plan isn't about keeping the ball.

Liverpool failed to take advantage of their spells of dominance, particularly near the end of the game when substitute Dominic Solanke hit the crossbar.

"Therefore we have to plan with them having the ball and how we deal with that".

Liverpool fan tears into Jurgen Klopp