Thursday, January 21, 2021
Follow-up – Muhammad Mustafa:
English Premier League champions Liverpool lost to Burnley in the 18th week of the English boom, which was held at Anfield.
Liverpool began with the following formation: Alison, Arnold, Fabino, Matip, Robertson, Thiago Alcantara, Vinaldome, Chamberlain, Shakiri, Mane, and Origi
Remaining on the bench: Keeler, Milner, Firmino, Salah, Jones, Minamino, Tsimikas, Phillips and Williams.
Liverpool remained fourth in the standings with 34 points, while Burnley rose to 16th with 19 points.
This is the first defeat for Liverpool at Anfield since April 2017, where he has fought 68 matches at home, during which he has not been defeated in any of them.
The Reds also suffered their third loss of the season, after Aston Villa 7-2 and Southampton with a clean goal.
Burnley almost took the lead in the 13th minute after Alison’s mistake, but Fabino corrected his goalkeeper position and removed the ball.
Liverpool tried two shots to Shakeri and Chamberlain, but all his attempts were stopped by the defense and his goalkeeper.
Origi missed a complete solo goal in the 42nd minute with a foul from the defense, but he shot it in the crossbar.
With the whistle at the end of the first half, referee Mike Dean announced a yellow card to Fabino after beating the Burnley Westwood player, as the match witnessed tensions between the two halves, while the corridor leading to the dressing rooms witnessed a sharp exchange of conversation between Liverpool and Burnley coaches.
In the second half, Klopp pushed Mohamed Salah in the 56th minute, hoping to score the lead.
Salah almost scored a goal as soon as he came off after a wonderful pass from Fabino, but the Burnley goalkeeper shone and resonated Salah’s ball.
Barnes, the Burnley player, scored his team’s goal against Liverpool from the 83rd minute penalty kick that hit Alison’s net, before the referee blew the final whistle.