At his post-match news conference, Klopp gave more details on Gomez's injury, which he fears could be serious. Paying money - and not because I earn so money - a fine is there to make you aware and make sure you don't do it again.
"Nobody can judge that".
"Joe is injured and probably not only a little bit", he said. We have to see, we don't know in the moment.
Burnley had a specific plan, to be really aggressive in their challenges and stuff like that, so each ball they won, even if it was a throw-in for us, helped them and obviously didn't help us mood-wise. Aggression is a part of football. You try something and you need someone to say "be careful".
"There were a lot of situations, challenges".
Although a couple of tackles were borderline - for instance, when Phil Bardsley appeared to go over the top of the ball on Alberto Moreno - in the main Burnley just made sure they did not back out of any challenges and it had the desired effect as Liverpool could not settle. But with six or seven yards and then [slide], these times are over. Somebody has to tell you to stop doing it, make two more steps and make a normal challenge.
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And he had no qualms about the approach they took. I thought we were effective.
"I think that is a reaction to the performance, I think it was a very good performance". Because you get the player as well.
"In the last few matches I've played more and I believe that [I'm] playing a good role". But we've got to get back to being "us".
After Liverpool gambled by making seven changes, Jack Cork put Burnley ahead in the 54th minute.
"We controlled the game in a lot of moments, but in the moments where we allowed Burnley to make proper tackles, it didn't look that cool".