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      Burnley 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion

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      redkop63
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      Re: Burnley 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #600: Dec 06, 2018 12:27:51 am
      Happy to see everyone contributing. Not forgetting some nice passes and assist from Studge and Mo for the third goal. Milner can score and create chances just outside the opposition box. That 's what he does best during his city days and hope Klopp deploys him a bit further up the field.
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      Re: Burnley 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #601: Dec 06, 2018 01:36:02 am
      That was not a poor performance. You can't always turn up away from home and batter the home team.

      That game showed we have the bottle and the grit to hang in there.

      Just like Watford away but with them kicking the ball out of Alissons hands.

      I'm slowly adapting to the mindset of expecting us to play poorly and win. And I think I like it.
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      Re: Burnley 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #602: Dec 06, 2018 01:59:30 am
      Some over reaction on here in terms of performance. Let's put into context the opposition,their shithouse manager, and the conditions.

      Thought it was an overall well rounded performance we showed grit, character and class in the end to beat this lot.
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      Reply #603: Dec 06, 2018 02:10:16 am
      Just like Watford away but with them kicking the ball out of Alissons hands.

      I'm slowly adapting to the mindset of expecting us to play poorly and win. And I think I like it.

      Big big fan considering we play well and don't win sometimes :D

      The second half was genuinely pretty boss though, considering the lineup. I mean their goal was pretty well against the run of play - haven't watched it back at all yet but doesn't it come after a couple brilliant Hart saves? Then they score. We go alright, lets get back into this. And we do. Milner's goal is one of those ones that doesn't capture the camera flashes like a Salah stonker would, but it's a brilliant goal. Firmino's is easy in the end but brilliantly worked, and the BIG SHAQ (this is what myself and the wife text each other when he scores :D ) goal is sublime. Alisson out to Sturridge, who shows so much of the value he still has in playing that one on to Salah so beautifully. Salah does the same on to Shaqiri who makes up a bit for maybe not doing as well as we might have expected with his chance against Everton with a brilliant no fucks given finish.

      So often in the past going a goal down at 53 on the clock in a tough away with lots of changes would have predicated a meltdown. Instead what we saw is a new quality this year: resilience. Doggedness. Determination. Belief. Belief being the one I'm loving over all else, because it felt like it was missing for so long.

      Absolutely chuffed with that. Bring on the cherries.
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      Re: Burnley 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #604: Dec 06, 2018 02:30:18 am
      It looked like Dyche said something Jürgen didn't like when the final whistle came, Klopp followed after him and there was some banter.
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      Re: Burnley 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #605: Dec 06, 2018 02:40:10 am
      Naby played GREAT, so I certainly ain’t hating on the MOTM honors. For be it was between him and Mily. But.......

      Milner amped it up in the second half scoring, nut megging, and creating corners. Than he does what he always does, he moves to another position for the betterment of the team and plays well at LB. I love that dude. Two goals from open play now

      VVD is worth his weight and gold, so is Allison. Just pray Joe isn’t to screwed.
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      Re: Burnley 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #606: Dec 06, 2018 03:11:19 am
      Only 3 less goals scored, thirteen less conceded, ten more points than the first 15 games last season with a points total that 9 times out of ten, in this league, would see you sitting on top.

      Sometimes, when reading the forum, it's hard to believe that and I'd think we were languishing in mid table.
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      Reply #607: Dec 06, 2018 04:52:48 am
      Second goal came from TAA yelling at Shaq to come short so he can roll it and then ping it in and the third goal came from Ali timing his leap to perfection, saving the ball and launching an inch perfect throw to the wing.

      Love when little one percenters make a big difference. Particularly with Ali - Karius and especially Migs would be letting the ball go or holding on to that.

      Chuffed with the result.
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      Re: Burnley 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #608: Dec 06, 2018 06:22:19 am
      Another win another 3 points,what more could any RED want.And Jürgen didn't even run onto the pitch when we scored :laugh:.
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      Re: Burnley 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #609: Dec 06, 2018 06:51:57 am
      Big big fan considering we play well and don't win sometimes :D

      The second half was genuinely pretty boss though, considering the lineup. I mean their goal was pretty well against the run of play - haven't watched it back at all yet but doesn't it come after a couple brilliant Hart saves? Then they score. We go alright, lets get back into this. And we do. Milner's goal is one of those ones that doesn't capture the camera flashes like a Salah stonker would, but it's a brilliant goal. Firmino's is easy in the end but brilliantly worked, and the BIG SHAQ (this is what myself and the wife text each other when he scores :D ) goal is sublime. Alisson out to Sturridge, who shows so much of the value he still has in playing that one on to Salah so beautifully. Salah does the same on to Shaqiri who makes up a bit for maybe not doing as well as we might have expected with his chance against Everton with a brilliant no fucks given finish.

      So often in the past going a goal down at 53 on the clock in a tough away with lots of changes would have predicated a meltdown. Instead what we saw is a new quality this year: resilience. Doggedness. Determination. Belief. Belief being the one I'm loving over all else, because it felt like it was missing for so long.

      Absolutely chuffed with that. Bring on the cherries.

      Completely echoes s my thoughts. First half was poor no doubt. Second half we were so much better both before and after their goal. We moved the ball much quicker, movement was much better and Studge and Origi played a lot closer to each other (which didn’t happen in the first half). We were well worth the victory and there was no panic after they took the lead.

      This was a very important win for us. There was a lot of criticism at the number of changes but with the run of games we have and the Christmas period coming the manager had to make wholesale changes, particularly bearing in mind the energy levels that will be required for the Napoli game next Tuesday.
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      Re: Burnley 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #610: Dec 06, 2018 07:09:17 am
      Difficult away game against battling opposition, also factor in playing a day later than City, and the added pressure that gives, knowing that there is no room for error.

      Another important three points and distance between us and those below us.

      Roll on Saturday.
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      Re: Burnley 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #611: Dec 06, 2018 09:14:43 am
      Difficult away game against battling opposition, also factor in playing a day later than City, and the added pressure that gives, knowing that there is no room for error.

      Another important three points and distance between us and those below us.

      Roll on Saturday.

      We win on sat and the pressure is on City.

      Chelsea wont be rollovers like so many other teams before they even go on the pitch against City.

      A real chance to put them under pressure for once.
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      Reply #612: Dec 06, 2018 09:15:52 am
      We win on sat and the pressure is on City.

      Chelsea wont be rollovers like so many other teams before they even go on the pitch against City.

      A real chance to put them under pressure for once.

      Yup and Chelsea with something to prove.

      It’s a top 6 club so Hazard might come outta hiding again.
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      Reply #613: Dec 06, 2018 09:53:13 am
      Chelsea rest three players and got beat by Wolves, so says a lot about our boys we came from behind to win that with seven changes and an early injury.

      Can’t stop watching highlights for some reason. Loved our goals but Keita receiving the ball and dribbling through the middle of the pitch got me even more excited. STAY FIT YOU BEAUTIFUL GUINEAN LITTLE NUGGET.
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      Reply #614: Dec 06, 2018 10:01:22 am
      all the pundits have already given Chelsea the title haven't they but after last night and so far this season we have found ways to win sunday was the perfect example of never giving up. Loved seeing Kieta starting to look confident in the side and getting his fitness levels up. Just hope Joe is ok
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      Re: Burnley 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #615: Dec 06, 2018 10:10:40 am
      We played pretty well from about 30 minutes in. Started the 2nd very well. Their goal came against the run of play and the ref, who gave them a free pass to foul all night, missed a blatant push which turned over possession and led to their corner. But we kept our nerve and it was a good performance against a very physical team.

      Gave Virgil MOTM - just outstanding again, some lovely passes as well his defending. Keita played well, so did Milner, Trent and Alisson. Studge and Origi did ok - Origi better when he came more central in the 2nd half. Good to see Bobby getting a goal - bit of a confidence booster will do him no harm. I would use him from the bench again on Saturday, and then start him against Napoli.

      Only negative is Joe getting injured. Been so good this season, hopefully the shortest of layoffs for him.
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      Re: Burnley 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #616: Dec 06, 2018 11:23:50 am
      Loved our goals but Keita receiving the ball and dribbling through the middle of the pitch got me even more excited. STAY FIT YOU BEAUTIFUL GUINEAN LITTLE NUGGET.
      That's the formula that will unleash LFC's forwards. Now if Keita would only make the pass when the winger has space.
      LFC was at its best when OX charged through the ranks and forced defenders to key on him. Remember all the fast break goals. Let it be Keita. Let it be Fabinho. We know it won't be One-touch/back pass Henderson.
      A middie with ambition will open up the field

      On another note.....I'm seeing too much Brendon Rodgers style ball control with the back line and Allison playing keep away. Can't score from 70 meters away.

      Since when can forwards kick a ball from a goalie's grasp....even a loose grasp?

      I don't get the yellow card rules. On Saturday normal tackles drew yellow cards. Last night, Burnley was sliding at and through ball possessors often ending up 5 meters past after taking out the LFC players like bowling pins.....crickets.

      A glass half full thought.....96 minutes of gripping tension on Saturday, and 60+ minutes yesterday. These games have been great theater ...though I'm sure I wouldn't be typing this with a draw result or a loss.
      MNC's early game goal dominations are boring and fascist....who wants that?  :)
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      Reply #617: Dec 06, 2018 11:29:08 am
      Missed the match due to circs beyond.

      But saw MOTD and Keita looked brilliant. So strong looking in possession. Only a matter of time before he scores a so called Worldie.
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      Reply #618: Dec 06, 2018 12:15:07 pm
      Only 3 less goals scored, thirteen less conceded, ten more points than the first 15 games last season with a points total that 9 times out of ten, in this league, would see you sitting on top.

      Sometimes, when reading the forum, it's hard to believe that and I'd think we were languishing in mid table.
      Your selectivity is noted.
      Anxiety levels have been heightened in large part due to that other league LFC is a part of this year...the league where LFC has 3 losses in 5 matches managing one goal in those losses.
      Scotia
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      Re: Burnley 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #619: Dec 06, 2018 12:19:07 pm
      Your selectivity is noted.
      Anxiety levels have been heightened in large part due to that other league LFC is a part of this year...the league where LFC has 3 losses in 5 matches managing one goal in those losses.


      It’s not selectivity when he’s clearly talking about “the league” form.

      UCL away form IS gash mind.
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      Reply #620: Dec 06, 2018 12:32:27 pm
      Another 3 points in the bag from a tough away fixture.

      We go again.
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      Reply #621: Dec 06, 2018 01:11:07 pm
      So maybe this Jürgen bloke knows a thing or two about rotation and resting players
      Break through only came after substitution were made, it could be argued that the rotation failed...
      Not saying it did,I only saw the match from the 55 minute, and was watching it on a stream that kept buffing in and out, but that point could be argued...
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      Re: Burnley 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #622: Dec 06, 2018 01:17:27 pm
      Although, part of the plan with the rotation was to bring on Salah and Firmino in any case.

      Origi was never going to be playing a full match, and probably not Moreno either. So, players got the rest they needed, and we got the 3 points. Sure, it was a bit touch and go, and could have gone either way, but we lived through it, survived the scares, and sometimes that's the best we can do.
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      Re: Burnley 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #623: Dec 06, 2018 01:18:25 pm
      Break through only came after substitution were made, it could be argued that the rotation failed...
      Not saying it did,I only saw the match from the 55 minute, and was watching it on a stream that kept buffing in and out, but that point could be argued...

      Rotation only fails if we failed to win the match, we won & the Boss got his subs spot on too...
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      Re: Burnley 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #624: Dec 06, 2018 01:21:22 pm
      Break through only came after substitution were made, it could be argued that the rotation failed...
      Not saying it did,I only saw the match from the 55 minute, and was watching it on a stream that kept buffing in and out, but that point could be argued...

      7 changes only 3 subs and it was Virgil who set up the Bobby  goal and Milner scoring the first and Shaq the third this was every bit a justification of Jurgens changes and we get the benefit in having given some players a well earned rest.
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      Re: Burnley 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #625: Dec 06, 2018 01:29:29 pm
      Rotation only fails if we failed to win the match, we won & the Boss got his subs spot on too...
      Yeah true... should have said the starting line up. Was just being facetious. Didn't see enough for the game to form an opinion on it as a whole, hence hardly any comments
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      Re: Burnley 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #626: Dec 06, 2018 01:37:41 pm
      Lets not kid ourselves, not 2 years ago we would have bottled this game after going 1-0 down, but it shows how far we have come to grind out these types of game and being able to score in 90+ mins, which keeps pressure on City.

      Next 6 games could prove interesting.

         CITY                                                                  US

      Chelsea (A)                                                Bournemouth (A)

      Everton  (H)                                            Manchester United (H)

      Crystal Palace (H)                               Wolverhampton Wanderers (A)

      Leicester (A)                                             Newcastle United (H)

      Southampton  (A)                                             Arsenal (H)

       I predict City will get 12 points       We will get   15 points
                       

                                Man City V Liverpool


      We have it in us to beat these teams.

      YNWA


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      Re: Burnley 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #627: Dec 06, 2018 01:43:14 pm
      First half was fairly crap, much better second half but I was abit nervous after they scored, just felt like it could be one of those nights against one of our old bogey teams but we are much better these days, more belief and heart plus skill.

      Bournemouth next then Napoli and then Manure, who we owe a damn good hiding, plus Maureen doesn't have a bus any more.
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      Re: Burnley 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #628: Dec 06, 2018 01:44:03 pm
      Break through only came after substitution were made, it could be argued that the rotation failed...
      Not saying it did,I only saw the match from the 55 minute, and was watching it on a stream that kept buffing in and out, but that point could be argued...

      Breakthrough was before the changes
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      Re: Burnley 1-3 Liverpool: In game and Post Match discussion
      Reply #629: Dec 06, 2018 01:45:04 pm
      'The real reason' behind Jürgen Klopp and Sean Dyche's heated exchange after Liverpool beat Burnley
      Jürgen Klopp and Burnley manager Sean Dyche were involved in a heated exchange at full-time at Turf Moor last night after Liverpool's 3-1 win.

      National newspapers are suggesting it was because the Burnley boss was angry at his opponent’s behaviour throughout the match.

      The Reds did things the hard way, coming from behind to win 3-1, thanks to goals from James Milner, Roberto Firmino and Xherdan Shaqiri.

      But manager Klopp became embroiled in a post-game spat with opposite number Sean Dyche as the two sides left the field at the end of the game.

      Speaking after the clash, Dyche was asked about the incident but sarcastically replied: “I just said: ‘well done’.”

      But according to the Mirror, the real reason Dyche was unhappy with Klopp was down to the German constantly voicing his complaints to fourth official Mike Dean.

      But Klopp made no attempt to hide his frustration with what he perceived as excessive physicality from Burnley, believing referee Stuart Atwell should have done more to protect his side.

      “I said to the referee after the first sliding tackle [made] over six or seven yards, when he got the ball and everyone liked it: ‘Please, tell them they cannot do that’”, said Klopp.

      “It wasn’t a foul but they cannot do that. It’s like bowling because then four or five times it happened. Joe is injured and probably not only a little bit.

      “Aggression is a part of football but be careful. Sliding over six or seven yards: these times are over. Usually someone will not let you do that.

      “We all want to win and you can choose different ways but someone needs to say: ‘Stop doing that’. Make two more steps and then you are in a normal challenge.

      “Don’t go five yards before you see the player when the grass is wet. It’s unlucky what happened to Joe but the referees have to make sure it doesn’t happen consistently. That’s not how it should be.”

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