Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool loss to Burnley 'strong punch in the face'
The heroes frolicked to their first-class title in quite a while the last term, however, has tumbled off essentially this season, lying six focuses behind pioneers Manchester United and without a success in five games. The Reds appeared to find their sweet spot on 19 December when they dismantled Crystal Palace 7-0, yet have not won from that point forward.
Liverpool's last misfortune at home came 1,370 days back against Palace in April 2017, and they were fixed this time by a late Ashley Barnes penalty. It was their first-class rout at Anfield in quite a while, the second-longest unbeaten first-class run behind Chelsea, who oversaw 86 games before their streak was finished in October 2008. Despite missing harmed protectors Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez, their issues lie at the opposite finish of the pitch where they are typically so efficient. Since Sadio Mane got in the 1-1 draw against West Brom on 27 December, Liverpool has 87 shots at the objective in the Premier League without scoring, including 27 against Burnley - in spite of the fact that they won 4-1 at Aston Villa in the FA Cup. Despite that Cup achievement, they have neglected to score in their last four group games - with two goalless draws and two 1-0 misfortunes - and supervisor Klopp has not gone that long without his side scoring since 2006 when the chief of Mainz. Klopp, who left star advances Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino on the seat for the initial 57 minutes against Burnley, disclosed to BBC Radio 5 Live: "It's my issue and that is the way it is. We need to settle on better choices, we need to do the secret sauce all the more frequently.
The Reds are fourth in the table, a point away from Tottenham, who they face in their next association game on 28 January after Sunday's FA Cup fourth-round tie at Manchester United. After Spurs, they face an extreme run of installations against West Ham, Brighton, Manchester