Andre Gray’s social media storm overshadows impressive win for Burnley over Liverpool

At least this was not a complete loss for Klopp who banked up to £32m with the sale of Christian Benteke to Crystal Palace before kick-off.

What followed at Turf Moor would have had most managers reaching straight for the cheque book although Klopp insisted that might not be the case.

Klopp said: “If one game should change my mind then I would be a real idiot. The answer is I don’t know we will see.”

BURNLEY (4-4-2): Heaton 7; Lowton 7, Keane 8, Mee 7, Ward 8; Boyd 7, Marney 7, Defour 7 (Gudmundsson 57, 7), Arfield 7; Vokes 7 (Jutkiewicz 82), GRAY 9 (O’Neill 90). Subs: Robinson, Tarkowski, Kightly, Darikwa.
UP NEXT: Accrington Stanley (a), League Cup, Wednesday,

LIVERPOOL (4-3-3): Mignolet 6; Clyne 5, Lovren 6, Klavan 5, Milner 7 (Moreno 78, 6); Lallana 7 (Grujic 78, 6), HENDERSON 8, Wijnaldum 6; Sturridge 6 (Origi 66, 6), Firmino 6, Coutinho 5. Subs Manninger, Can, Matip, Stewart.
UP NEXT: Burton Albion (a), League Cup, Tomorrow.
Referee: Lee Mason 6

Star player: ANDRE GRAY – Premier League quality
Star shocker: NATHANIEL CLYNE – Sloppy play gifted the opener

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