Published: Sun, March 10, 2019
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

Liverpool boss Klopp furious playing Burnley today

Liverpool boss Klopp furious playing Burnley today

Klopp was also full of praise for Adam Lallana, who played an influential part in Liverpool's first two goals on his return to the side.

With Liverpool having squandered their advantage in the title race to Manchester City - and with the reigning champions gaining three more points on Saturday night against Watford - the margin of error for the Reds is zero.

"We had the flawless mixture of fighting the opponent, fighting the circumstances and playing football".

Elsewhere there's few injuries to report, although we'd all appreciate it if Gomez could make his way back from the treatment table.

The Burnley fans haven't had a great deal to shout about this season.

"It was clear at the end that if he can play like he trained then he will help us a lot and that's exactly how it happened today. He is always good on the ball but he is a pretty aggressive boy as well".

And the Reds have faded against teams they've been expected to win.

Anfield was stunned after only six minutes when Westwood's corner from the left curled all the way into the net, although Alisson was furious it was allowed to stand after claiming he had been blocked by three Burnley players on the line.

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"I know you are mocking certain situations", Dyche said when Klopp's comments were mentioned at his pre-match press conference.

"I saw the first minute it is a foul, you can not treat the goalie like this".

"The good thing is it was early, so we had enough time to react, to turn it around".

Liverpool are on 70 points and trail City by one point with nine games to go this season and Gerrard hoped his boyhood club would hold their nerve to end their 29-year title drought for the sake of their supporters. Fabinho and Georginio Wijnaldum retain their spots in the starting lineup.

Goals and a good nights sleep are Liverpool's orders of the day.

Next up, however, is the second leg of the Champions League last-16 tie with Bayern Munich - which is 0-0 after the first meeting - at the Bundesliga giants' Allianz Arena on Wednesday night.

Burnley tried to findtheir way back into the match after that and they did manage to find a consolation goal courtesy of Johann Gudmundsson in the 91st minnute, but their joy was short-lived when Mane scored his second goal in the dying seconds of the match, 4-2.

But with virtually the last kick of the game in the 93rd minute, Mane chased a long through ball, rounded Heaton and completed the victory by kicking into the open goal.

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