Jurgen Klopp believes Liverpool chances will eventually lead to wins

Clyde Nash
September 16, 2017

Berizzo became the pantomime villain during Sevilla's 2-2 draw with Liverpool in the Champions League on Wednesday as he was sent to the stands for deliberately dropping the ball twice before the Reds could throw it back into play. The last game was not flawless but that is how it is after a long break but it helped him, and helped us.

A few players could not keep their level from the first half, it wasn't a physical thing, more of a concentration thing. You can see it in each game and it is so hard to play (against) as all their players show a big desire to defend all the situations and there is not one player in the team who you think "He gambles a little bit".

Liverpool's first game in the Champions League since 2014 ended in a draw with Sevilla at Anfield.

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Liverpool fought back to dominate the game and take the lead by halftime thanks to Roberto Firmino's tap-in in the 21st and Mohamed Salah's deflected shot in the 36th.

Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius has said he has no qualms battling for his place with Simon Mignolet as part of Reds manager Jurgen Klopp's rotation policy. The back four featured two changes compared to the game against Manchester City but Klopp insisted those alterations were not the reason for the high number of goals conceded.

Liverpool created plenty of chances against Sevilla but were guilty of poor finishing and Klopp said his players must be more clinical against Burnley. The two best sides in Group E were meeting each other in the tournament opener, and the game did not disappoint.

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"It was clear before the season there would be moments when [Mane] can not or should not play".

Klopp will be unable to call upon star forward Sadio Mane after he picked up a red-card during Liverpool's 5-0 defeat to Man City. "In the first half when we were winning, Liverpool were on the counter-attack and I did something that wasn't right. That is football and we have got done".

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has revealed he intends to play Philippe Coutinho against Burnley on Saturday.

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