Klopp: Liverpool could have won every game

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Currently, they have 999 points by played 483 home matches.

The former Charlton Athletic goalkeeper proved to be a surprise package in every sense, despite being only 25-years-old.

"The whole world knows what happened". I saw everything, but I didn't see them too often scoring. The German has come under the gun for not drafting in defensive reinforcements this summer, but for all the deflecting, he's right in stressing that one player isn't going to fix our problems. Sometimes you're interested and sometimes you're not. "But if there's no-one, no solution out there, and no real quality issue then you have to work on it and that is what we will do".

"There's no point in signing midfielders and looking good going forward".

Asked if the competition for places has ever been this intense at Turf Moor, Vokes said: "No, not since I have been here". It's all done now. Forward Chris Wood has been a big help since joining from Leeds at the end of the transfer window, scoring the Clarets' equalizer against Tottenham and the victor against Palace.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has stuck the knife into the concept of consistent team selection yet again by making seven changes for today's Premier League clash with Burnley. Sadly, that didn't go great for them as they dropped two points in their first game back in the Champions League.

"We've got one of the biggest circuses at Anfield at this moment", Frank said.

Firmino can also play on the wing, and that would likely mean a recall to the starting eleven for Daniel Sturridge, a scorer against Arsenal and generally used as a substitute so far in this campaign. He added: "But, honestly, I am not like this as a person".

"He's come in to spend a few days with us and enjoy what we do".

"He delivered a very, very good performance in a tough game, an awkard game for us".

Philippe Coutinho and Liverpool endured a frustrating day at the hands of Sean Dyche's Burnley.

Maybe that's not at all warranted considering it's still early days, but the mistakes continues to pile up and cost us dearly.

We didn't win all of them and we lost one [to a] really high [score], but everyone who was there [saw it was a] unusual game - it was not that we performed from the first second like you would imagine when somebody loses 5-0.

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