Liverpool lost 0-2 after 80% of possession and 26 shots! The results of the round in England

Premier League

The biggest surprise of the two stages in England came from Liverpool, who lost 0-2 on the field of Burnley at the end of a match that took possession overwhelming 80.6%!

Klopp’s team has been empty since the second minute, from Samuel Vokes after the hosts they “stole” it from a simple stage. Then the field was tilted towards the goal Burnley, Liverpool to lead the game in an attempt to return.

The second goal came after 37 minutes at the end of a counter from Andre Gray, who cares Vokes’s opening game. Play continued on the same trend, with Liverpool in attack and organized defending Burnley. In the second part, it was played more than half the land in the hosts

In total, “Cormorants” sent 26 shots on goal, but that did not impressed Jürgen Klopp, who identified several problems on the decisions of its players and the way they have taken.

“We’ll revisit the game and I’m sure I will see many surprises, I saw everything. Since we got the first goal, we had enough time to win the game. Even at halftime I felt that we could do. We saw great – some excellent – that no one was in the box. I saw shots from the outside, when box was full. Synchronization and decisions were not very good. it could have been forced result and passion opponent, but that’s “said Jürgen Klopp at the end of the match Burnley – Liverpool 2-0.
VIDEO goals of Burnley – Liverpool 2-0

Chelsea was tormented move from Watford and won in extremis 2-1, with both goals in the final, after being driven. The hosts opened the scoring after 55 minutes through Capoue and gaps “blues” were signed by newcomer Batshuayi (80) and Diego Costa (87).
Results and schedule a second round of Premier League

Friday, August 19
Manchester United – Southampton 2-0

Saturday, August 20
Stoke City – Manchester City 1-4
Swansea – Hull 0-2
Tottenham Hotspur – Crystal Palace 1-0
Watford – Chelsea 1-2
West Bromwich Albion – Everton 1-2
Burnley – Liverpool 2-0
Leicester – Arsenal 0-0

Sunday, August 21
Sunderland – Middlesbrough – 15:30
West Ham United – Bournemouth – 18:00