Confirmed Liverpool lineup vs. Burnley: Origi starts in much-changed Reds side

Confirmed Liverpool lineup vs. Burnley: Origi starts in much-changed Reds side

"I didn't want to do it and that's why I can now say it will not happen again because it was not on my radar that it's possible for me still", he told a news conference. We wanted to change when we were 1-0 down, then we changed when it was 1-1 because it was clear we still wanted to win the game and that's what we had to try. Somebody has to tell you to stop doing it, make two more steps and make a normal challenge. "Ok, no foul but Joe Gomez is injured".

Liverpool settled towards the end of the first half and ended on the front foot.

This time around, he has been shunted between that false nine role and a number ten role, which does not really suit his direct style or get him close enough to goal. You get the ball, nice, but it's like bowling.

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Jack Cork's opener looked set to cause an upset, but goals from James Milner, Roberto Firmino and Xherdan Shaqiri ensured a valuable three points for Jurgen Klopp's side who can now go top of the table, temporarily at least, with a win at Bournemouth on Saturday. "And also the will to win because that was there right the way through the last breath". "Even in the first half when Naby had the ball something changed a bit", Klopp added. So I was really happy we could just adjust a few tactical things [at half-time], but I told the players I shouted a lot in the first half but I wasn't angry. Hendo shouldn't be involved in that - he had to protect all the runners.

"The one at the death is an ugly goal just because we think it's gone out of play and our players are busy reacting to that - we didn't get a lot I don't think, on the maybes, from the referee, but that aside, it was a good, solid performance". In the second half, the one-two with Mo [Salah] was a good finish and a bit lucky in that moment for Burnley. Keïta found some space on the left, Origi coolly played a ball backwards out of the area and Milner took a brief look up before clipping a low shot from the edge inside Hart's left-hand post.

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