Phenomenal home series breaks: Relegation candidate Burnley dupes Liverpool

Phenomenal home series breaks
Relegation candidate Burnley duped Liverpool

The crisis at Liverpool FC continues. Jürgen Klopp's team has been waiting for a sense of achievement for almost 400 minutes. Against Burnley, the ball does not want to land in the goal. Worse still: The relegation candidate ends the Reds' sensational home series shortly before the end.

World coach Jürgen Klopp is in a sporting crisis with the English soccer champions FC Liverpool and has lost a Premier League home game for the first time in almost four years. The Reds were surprisingly defeated by the relegation candidate FC Burnley 0: 1 (0: 0) at Anfield Road and thus remained for the fifth time in a row in the Premier League without a win. The last home bankruptcy was on April 23, 2017 when Liverpool conceded a 2-1 draw against Crystal Palace. After that, the team remained unbeaten 68 times in the league in their own stadium.

Ashley Barnes scored the winning goal for Burnley in the 83rd minute with a penalty kick. Then the Klopp team ran again, but presented themselves to the defensive bulwark of the guests, but as in the entire game, too unimaginative. The defeat threatens Liverpool to lose touch with the top trio. The Reds have been waiting for a goal for more than 400 minutes and are only fourth in the table with 35 points behind leaders Manchester United (40), Manchester City (38) and Leicester City (38).

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