Klopp fails with Liverpool defence but embraces chaos in excellent attack

Jurgen Klopp was heckled by the Sevilla backroom staff as he went to shake hands at Anfield

Last night's champions League games were nothing but a joy to our eyes as football reached it's peak with a very strong games.

"Even though we went ahead in the first half, it was really hard to contain their pace, especially wide".

Clarets were bad on the road last season and collected a total of four points from their away games.

Burnley have started the season well as they look to survive in the Premier League for the second consecutive year.

Sevilla boss Eduardo Berizzo was sent off during the fixture at Anfield after he refused to give the ball back to Liverpool's Joe Gomez for a throw-in.

Goals from Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah swung the match back in Liverpool's favour, but a missed penalty from Firmino proved costly as Joaquin Correa took advantage of some more lax defending to earn a point.

Though Liverpool held on, they will rue the fact that they couldn't put the game to bed during their periods of dominance, and will also be anxious about a defence which continues to gift goals to the opposition.

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"The performance level was good, we've reacted well from the weekend (a 5-0 defeat at Manchester City) and then, of course, we've gone a goal down".

"I am not sure if I am frustrated", Klopp said.

Klopp's decision to change goalkeepers on a regular basis rather than stick with an established number one has proved controversial, but German compatriot Karius is eager to take any chance to impress.

'We knew there would be moments when Sadio wouldn't play.

Liverpool are now eighth in the table with seven points from their first four matches and it will not take much to get them back among the top sides at this early stage of the campaign. "They have got us twice on a little bit of a counter-attack", explained Reds captain Jordan Henderson, speaking to BT Sports after the match.

If Liverpool get on a roll when attacking at home, not many can stop them and I can see that happening in this one.

Klopp had the consolation of seeing Brazilian star Philippe Coutinho return, as a substitute for the final 15 minutes, for his first action since his potential summer move to Barcelona collapsed.

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