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    Result: Burnley end Liverpool’s record winning streak at Anfield

    Johann Johann Berg Gudmundsson crashed a late shot against the woodwork as Burnley nearly nabbed a not likely win.

    Burnley ended up being the first team to avoid Liverpool winning in the league at Anfield this season as their 1-1 draw ended hopes of a historical 100 percent home record.

    The game was among the most one-sided 1-0s you can possibly imagine after Andy Robertson’s opener however a mix of the sparkle of Clarets goalkeeper Nick Pope and stubborn completing expense Jurgen Klopp‘s side prior to Jay Rodriguez’s equaliser.

    That goal likewise put a damage in the Premier League champions’ mission to break Manchester City’s 100- point record, now needing success in their final 3 matches if they are set a new mark of 102.

    And Liverpool were likewise the width of a crossbar far from losing their happy three-year, 58-game unbeaten home league record after Johann Gudmundsson crashed a late shot against the woodwork.

    There was the uncommon sensation of the hosts holding on at the end as Burnley– the first team to take a point at Anfield in 25 matches given that Leicester in January 2019– all of a sudden discovered their self-confidence, leaving Klopp to voice his disappointments at referee David Coote at the final whistle.

    In his program keeps in mind the manager had actually revealed his issue about the work players have actually been put under given that the reboot, blogging about a “responsibility to look after their health and wellbeing” which “money does not heal a serious injury”, in recommendation to the millions clubs get in tv income.

    With that in mind he made 4 changes from Wednesday’s win at Brighton, resting Trent Alexander-Arnold in favour of Neco Williams and handing fellow 19- year-old Curtis Jones his full Premier League debut.

    On the other hand, Burnley’s well-documented personnel issues– injuries and contract concerns– saw left-back Erik Pieters using the right-side of midfield.

    Liverpool took full benefit of that as senior full-back Robertson, rested in midweek, took it upon himself to lead the attack from the flank.

    Cross after cross was fired in from the left as Burnley had a hard time to lay a discuss their challengers, never ever mind get the ball off them.

    Sean Dyche‘s side were bypassed so quickly by some fast, one-touch passing relocations that they dedicated just one foul in the opening 45 minutes in spite of needing to safeguard 73 percent possession by their hosts.

    Had it not been for Pope solitarily trying to keep the Clarets in the game, Mohamed Salah out of the race for the Golden Boot and himself in the lead for the majority of Premier League tidy sheets this season, the Reds might have run out sight.

    While he attained the first 2 to some level, rejecting Salah two times, when from a volley and another with his legs as the Egyptian cut in onto his left foot, he might not extend his benefit in the 3rd.

    His second conserve from Salah caused a corner and from the breakdown Fabinho lofted a fragile pass to the far post where Robertson, coming back from corner responsibilities, produced a curving header back throughout goal and inside the far post.

    Pushed by just his second league goal of the season, both headers, the Scotland international’s enthusiastic 50- backyard pass throughout his own penalty area with his right foot was obstructed and Liverpool were fortunate to get away with just the concession of a corner.

    Nevertheless, it was a short-term blip and minutes later on he was taking down the left win once again to provide a teasing low cross-shot which wandered simply broad of the far post and after that crossing for Salah to tee up Hair for Pope to conserve once again at full- stretch.

    Liverpool’s supremacy continued in the second half as Roberto Firmino struck a post, after Hair and Salah integrated remarkably, and the enhancing Jones, Fabinho and Salah all had possibilities.

    And they were made to spend for those misses out on as a protective lapse saw them stop working to handle a 60- backyard punted free-kick into their penalty area as Rodriguez fired home James Tarkowski‘s knock on.

    Pope continued to irritate the hosts, rejecting Alexander-Arnold and Hair, however it was Burnley replacement Gudmundsson who nearly nabbed an exceptional win.

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