Liverpool boss Klopp insists positives from Burnley draw

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Burnley shocked the soccer world by defeating Premier League title holders Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on the opening week of league play.

The Clarets scored with their first shot on target.

It was clear that quality and inventiveness would be needed to break down Burnley, who at times opted for a back six without the ball. Liverpool continued to dominate and Burnley rediscovered their resilience to frustrate them. Matip and Ragnar Klavan were drawn to the winger's high, looping header and only once they had each failed to collect the loose ball, they realised they had a Burnley man free on the edge of the area.

Burnley have won just once in their last 23 away games versus Liverpool in all competitions (D4 L18), losing the last nine in a row. Hence it is predicted that Liverpool has more chance to win this match. The venue of the match is at Anfield, Liverpool.

From that moment, it looked as though Liverpool would push on and claim the three points.

Coutinho attempted to force through a transfer to Barcelona during the summer but was afforded a kind reception from the home fans. I saw everything, but I didn't see them too often scoring. Also conceded a corner late on when he went for the same ball as Emre Can, even though there was no Burnley player in the vicinity.

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When asked about the Senegalese winger's absence, Klopp was in a positive mood, saying: "There will be moments where he can not play or should not play". If this was a test of how Liverpool would cope without the suspended Sadio Mane, it produced contradictory results. Subs: Oxlade-Chamberlain 5, Solanke 6.

Mohamed Salah's fifth goal of the season, and his fourth in succession at Anfield, quickly restored parity. The lessons the home side are learning in their second full season under Klopp are more hard to ascertain.

Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton is set to be sidelined "for months" after undergoing surgery on his shoulder, Clarets manager Sean Dyche said on Thursday. He will have far more challenging days in his career, with Liverpool testing him nowhere near enough.

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"It was a disciplined performance but just that one goal". After a long punt out the back, Trent Alexander-Arnold was too easily beaten in an aerial duel with Robbie Brady.

Glenn is ESPN FC's Liverpool correspondent.

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