Liverpool boss Klopp insists positives from Burnley draw

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But Burnley were unlucky in losing 2-1 at Liverpool in March, having led through Ashley Barnes for most of the first half, and Vokes is relishing the chance to play at another iconic ground again.

"I'm not saying they didn't before, but we understood the mistakes we had made in the previous three games and knew that conceding that amount of goals was not good enough".

"It feels unusual, it feels wrong but it is a fact we drew", said Klopp.

"We didn't win all of them and we lost one really high, but everyone who was there [saw it was a] unusual game - it was not that we performed from the first second like you would imagine when somebody loses 5-0".

"We made seven changes but it was still really fluent, it looked like proper football - offensive football, dominant football, possession football how it should be".

While Liverpool often failed to find the killer finish and should have been more clinical, Burnley were consistently fantastic in defence, with Tarkowski, in particular, intervening at crucial moments with a well-timed block or tackle.

"It was a very disciplined performance of the opponent, and also disciplined of my side. This is where we have to improve".

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Klopp failed to land his top transfer target Virgil van Dijk as the Southampton defender was surprisingly retained by the Saints. But Roger East apparently has a personal beef with our new winger, and the penalty call was waved off. Dom Solanke tried to fire on goal on the rebound but hit the crossbar. I say "chatter", but if you listen closely, you'd hear that half of the chatter was people making hissing snake noises. "I'm still in a 1-1 mood".

"Our game plan wasn't to come here today and think we're going to keep the ball all afternoon". Even if it went in, the kind of Reds fans who are personally angry at him for what happened over the summer aren't swayed quite that easily.

The Clarets continued their remarkable record away from home as they secured a first ever Premier League point on Merseyside.

The Welshman, who scored twice against defending champions Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in gameweek one, has featured in all four Premier League fixtures this term but accepts that the selection process for boss Sean Dyche isn't as black and white as it has been in the past.

"But we're not naive".

They'll still be riding after last week's win over Crystal Palace, and have only lost one match so far.

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