Liverpool’s winning streak stopped at home, disappointing as it was described by the German coach, who was hoping to continue the victories despite the fact that Liverpool guarantee the title Premier League.
Klopp and Robertson, the left back of the Reds, were angry at some of the decisions made by the referee, the most important of which was not counting a penalty for the Scottish star after the intervention of Johan Goodmondson late in the second half.
Klopp: We have to criticize ourselves..I feel like Liverpool lost
Lever also missed many opportunities to score, especially from Mohamed Salah The Anfield win streak ended for 24 consecutive games at the Premier League, the first time since January 2019 that the Club team failed to win.
The match witnessed a special brilliance for Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope, who kept the result close so that Jay Rodriguez could tie 20 minutes before the end.
Klopp said after the game BT SPORT “Liverpool were doing really well but we had to score … we didn’t close the game and they took advantage of their chance … I feel as if we lost the match.”
“We were angry at the referee, but we also had to criticize ourselves for not having finished the match before that,” he added.
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