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17 September 2017, 06:09 | Anna Jefferson
Philippe Coutinho and Alex Oxlade Chamberlain could both start this week for Liverpool against Burnley
Klopp pinpointed his side's finishing as the main negative of the day, but felt referee Roger East blundered when he failed to award Mohammed Salah a penalty after he went down under pressure with Liverpool pressing for a winning goal.
Sean Dyche has been left in the unusual position of having a better record on the road than at home this season.
Stand-in goalkeeper Nick Pope produced a masterclass with a string of second half saves.
They were unable to build on Mohamed Salah's 29th-minute equaliser to Scott Arfield's opener, and Klopp told a news conference: "Why we feel so disappointed or frustrated is because we all see what this team would be able to do".
They have a wealth of talent at Liverpool so he is going to be limited with chances.
Trent Alexander-Arnold had a deflected volley expertly denied when it looked as though it was creeping in the bottom right corner.
Liverpool welcome Burnley to Anfield in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon, and are big favourites to pick up all three points given the gulf in class between the two sides.
They failed to clear the ball and Scott Arfield produced a superb half-volley for his first goal in 11 months.
The Clarets scored with their first shot on target. The Liverpool front man does brilliantly to control Can's long ball, he brushes off a challenge before powering the ball into the back of the net from inside the box.
"Seven changes and playing this type of football, no one should take it for granted".
He said: "I'm not happy, I'm angry with the result but pleased with the performance".
"It's our fault. We were dominant, fantastic attitude".
"We made seven changes but still played really fluent so there were a lot of really positive things but yes, we have to improve". But only one goal.
Dominic Solanke hit the crossbar late on and Pope turned in a top display in-between the sticks, but Liverpool cannot continue to dominate games to such an extent yet look back at defensive blunders and what could have been.
Liverpool created a bit of history on Saturday against Burnley, but Jurgen Klopp and his players will wish they were able to do so more emphatically.
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