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Liverpool 1 Burnley 1

By Burnley FC
July 11 2020

Brilliant Burnley did what no other Premier League side has managed this season as they stopped the champions in their tracks.

 No other team had taken a point at Anfield this season in a triumphant march to the title by the all-conquering Merseysiders.

 But the Clarets are no ordinary outfit at the moment and Jay Rodriguez’s fantastic second-half equaliser denied Liverpool their perfect record and inched Sean Dyche’s men a priceless point closer to possible European football.

 Rodriguez’s 11th goal of the season extended Burnley’s own unbeaten run to five games as they produced an inspired second-half performance to hit back from a goal down following first-half heroics from goalkeeper Nick Pope.

 And only the width of the crossbar denied substitute Johann Berg Gudmundsson a dramatic late winner as the Clarets – beaten just once in 13 top-flight games – ripped up the script and kept their own fairytale story alive with three games left to try and grab a Euro slot.

 The Clarets made one change to their starting line-up as they looked to re-write some daunting Anfield history and prevent the Reds adding to their own.

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11/07/2020 17:06
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11/07/2020 17:07
Absolutely awesome defending, great stuff Nick Pope, brilliant point, well done to all the boys. (Sm152)

13/07/2020 11:45
As above,but we should have won if Joey hadn't put that easy chance onto the bar.. Bad miss.

That's three bad misses now that's cost us six points..

JRod v Arsenal
McNeil v Sheffield Utd
Joey. V Scouse pigs .

Not complaing though as we have come on brilliantly this season with our football.

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