Liverpool goalscorer Milner: We showed great character for Burnley win

James Milner

James Milner

You get the ball, nice, but it's like bowling.

At right-back, Joe Gomez needed treatment after colliding with a perimeter fence when Ben Mee halted his run down the wing, eventually departing midway through the first half to cut short Trent Alexander-Arnold's evening of rest.

"The referees have to make sure it doesn't happen". It's not how it should be.

Sean Dyche felt there were signs of his Burnley side looking more like themselves against Liverpool.

"They are a good side, we know that, and we still have to eradicate soft goals, but, particularly the first half, we took the game on and had great chances, and didn't quite capitalise".

"I thought there were some excellent challenges tonight".

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Liverpool came from behind to win 3-1, setting a club record for most points 15 games into a league season, thanks to goals from James Milner, Roberto Firmino and Xherdan Shaqiri. You've got to win the ball, you've got to challenge against these boys.

Xherdan Shaqiri
Xherdan Shaqiri put the icing on the cake for Liverpool with the third goal in their victory against Burnley

"The main thing for me was the idea of getting back to what we're about, there were signs of that and a lot of good individual performances". We mixed it. Not effective enough, don't get me wrong.

Liverpool's German head coach utilised his squad to make seven changes from the side that clinched a dramatic stoppage-time Merseyside derby victory over Everton.

"We wanted to change when we were 1-0 down and we changed at 1-1 because it was clear, we had to try and win the game".

"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".

Two minutes into the second half Sturridge forced Hart into his first real save with a low, left-footed effort with the former England goalkeeper doing even better to tip Keita's strike onto a post.

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