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Virgil van Dijk sent a header too close to Burnley goalkeeper Joe Hart, Phil Bardsley walloped a cleared corner wide from 35 yards and Naby Keita angled a strike too straight having linked with Sturridge. It was the scrappiest of goals and Liverpool complained bitterly that the goalkeeper has been impeded, but after checking with his assistant Stuart Atwell came to the conclusion that no foul had been committed and allowed the score to stand.

The Clarets did beat Alisson Becker moments before the interval - but Barnes' excellent whipped finish was dispatched from an offside position. "Love that", another wrote. Since then, the 27-year-old struggled to make an impression at the World Cup as Brazil preferred the ineffective Gabriel Jesus to lead the line in Russian Federation and the new Premier League season has done little to lift Firmino's spirits.

Guardiola was warned by the Football Association after his reaction to last season's 2-1 victory over Southampton but the City boss said that he understands if opposing coaches might be upset.

"Kicked it out of Alisson's hands. yeah that's fine", another added.

Speaking to reporters (via BBC Sport) Guardiola said: "There are a lot of emotions in that moment".

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Sean Dyche is struggling with Burnley this season (Picture: Getty Images)When is Burnley vs Liverpool?

Speaking before the clash, the German explained why he decided to make a number of changes for the crucial tie.

"I didn't want to do it and that's why I can now say it will not happen again because it was not on my radar that it's possible for me still", he told a news conference. "I think we deserved the three points". They train really hard.

And this Liverpool supporter might have regretted his tweets during the game: But fair play - a promise is a promise.

"We are not children any more, that we celebrate for five days".

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