Chris Wood's scoring run ends as Burnely held by Liverpool

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The big news is: Philippe Coutinho is back in the Liverpool starting XI.

Daniel Sturridge, James Milner and Andy Robertson all start for Jurgen Klopp's side, but the Ox is only a substitute. In the past we didn't feel good in the game.

This time it was Trent Alexander-Arnold's abject failure to beat Stephen Ward and worsened by Ragnar Klavan and Joel Matip's ensuing miscommunication.

Mohamed Salah's 30th-minute goal ensured the points were shared against Burnley, who took the lead three minutes earlier through Scott Arfield, and Klopp attempted to ease the concerns of supporters who are still reeling from Liverpool's 5-0 defeat at the hands of Manchester City in their previous Premier League outing.

Burnley have won just once in their last 23 away games versus Liverpool in all competitions, losing the last nine in a row.

Vokes scored his first goal in the top flight against Liverpool last season as the Clarets triumphed 2-0 on home soil.

But, despite peppering the Burnley goal, they couldn't find a way past Nick Pope.

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It wasn't a strong start for Liverpool by any means as Burnley were surprisingly well-organised on both ends. Hopefully I have added that to my game.

"We made seven changes but we were still really fluent, (playing) offensive football, dominant football", said the German, after watching his side have 35 shots to their opponents' five and enjoy 71 per cent possession. Sometimes [there are] goals I'm angry about, and it's not the first one.

Liverpool are now preparing for their trip to Leicester City in the EFL Cup on Tuesday night, before heading to the King Power Stadium once again next weekend to play the Foxes in the Premier League.

"For me it's really hard always to come to your planet, visit you and say "yeah you're right, there were five good options out there and we missed them because, I don't know, we wanted to spend the money anywhere else".

City stuttered to a third-place finish in Guardiola's debut season while failing to produce the stylish play of its manager's former sides, but a second straight offseason of significant personnel changes appears to be paying dividends."It was so good, especially after an away game in the Champions League", Guardiola said. We were unlucky there a year ago, we took the lead and had them on the back foot for most of the game.

He said, "Result-wise, you are right, but honestly, as a person I'm not like this".

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