The Reds have now not won in their last three games, a run which has seen a whopping eight goals conceded, the latest against Burnley on Saturday to earn the Clarets a 1-1 draw at Anfield. "We need to be cool, and that is what we tried to do".
A string of good performances so far this season sees Burnley as high as 7th, including impressive results against Spurs (1-1) and Chelsea (3-2).
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Having Sadio Mane suspended obviously isn't ideal but Klopp will have to deal without the Senegalese global for the next two matches. Simon Mignolet will likely replace Karius in the goal. Then the block on Joel (Matip), it's hard to do better because the defender can not do it exactly the same because then it's a foul. Never really looked comfortable dealing with the aerial power of Chris Wood. 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. There were times when he tried to play through balls through a closed gap, or looking to shoot when a pass would have been more appropriate.
Contrasted with their opposite number, who amassed five shots with only one off-course and it shows just how badly Klopp's side are missing Mane. The latter went close to obliging when he volleyed against the bar from close range after Alexander-Arnold's cross deflected into his path. Klopp claimed a penalty for a challenge on Salah in the build-up to Solanke's chance while Dyche credited Pope with a vital save.
MF James Milner, 7 - Finally given a start after being left on the bench since the start of the season, the veteran performed as you'd expect: combative, intelligent and energetic. This made a lot of his shots appear as if they're passed directly to the keeper, as was the case against Manchester City as well.
FW Mohamed Salah, 7 - Very lively in the first half and had several efforts on goal, the best of which resulted in the equaliser.
"When the moment of truth came, he delivered two excellent saves", said his manager, Sean Dyche. Mohamed Salah read the delivery perfectly, unlike Stephen Ward and Ben Mee who backed off and allowed the Egypt global to control and steer a fine low finish beyond Pope.