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17 Setiembre 2017, 06:32 | Cornelio Vivanco
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There's plenty of blame to go around for Liverpool's 5-0 embarrassment in the Premier League last weekend. This team is in the eighth place with seven points in the standing table.
30' - GOAL! Liverpool 1-1 Burnley: An immediate equaliser from the Reds as Salah scores a fine individual effort! Much has been said about how his finishing still needs work but last night, he was truly one of Liverpool's best.
But even manager Sean Dyche could not have expected such a dramatic turnaround with the first three trips yielding a win at Chelsea followed by draws at Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool.
He did trouble Burnley in central areas as Liverpool chased the victor, and also provided the equalizer for Liverpool but his shots from the left were tame yet again.
He admitted: "Could Trent (Alexander-Arnold) have won the first headed challenge? Yes".
One mazy Joel Matip run nearly did the trick, but when the centre-back slipped in Salah, the Egyptian was tripped by James Tarkowski.
Liverpool created plenty of chances to win the game, with Salah finding goalkeeper Nick Pope rather than the back of the net on multiple occasions.
He told reporters when quizzed on whether other options had been overlooked while pursuing Van Dijk: "No".
MF Philippe Coutinho, 6 - Always wanted the ball and never hid, but the Brazilian was hugely frustrating at times as too often he tried to force things with his final ball or shot.
Klopp, whose approach to buy Southampton's central defender Virgil van Dijk backfired spectacularly with Liverpool having to apologise to Saints for doing so, said in mitigation his side hadn't been very lucky.
And despite the German's protestations, the Clarets provided more evidence for the case against the defence.
The Brazilian global Coutinho had been linked with a move to Barcelona during the summer and the Catalan giants reportedly had a number of bids rejected for the player, including one that was worth £138 million. The England 'keeper faces a number of months out. The venue of the match is at Anfield, Liverpool.
And so their sole goal came from Salah.
It could be a tight contest between the two North West clubs who both sit on 7 points. "We did not plan to take him off but we had to decide differently". I had to make a decision and the decision was our boys are not worse than them.
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