Liverpool continued their relentless pursuit of Manchester City at the top of the Premier League with a 3-1 victory over Burnley on Wednesday night.
Jack Corks opener looked set to cause an upset, but goals from James Milner, Roberto Firmino and Xherdan Shaqiri ensured a valuable three points for Jurgen Klopps side who can now go top of the table, temporarily at least, with a win at Bournemouth on Saturday.
Although he was at fault for the home sides goal, Alisson, the summer signing from Roma, more than redeemed himself in injury time with a spectacular save, tipping Ben Mees header onto the crossbar, before launching the attack which led to Shaqiris game clinching goal.
The Brazil international has not lost in his opening 15 league matches as a Liverpool player; equalling the club record in the Premier League set by Javier Mascherano in November 2007.
Jurgen Klopps side have now made their best ever start to a league campaign, while, having conceded just six goals in total, they have matched the top-flight English league record at this stage of a season, alongside Man Utd in 1985-86, Arsenal in 1990-91, Chelsea in 2004-05 and Chelsea in 2008-09.
Speaking about his sides performance at Turf Moor, Klopp said: I was really happy we could just adjust a few tactical things [at half-time], but I told the players I shouted a lot in the first half but I wasnt angry.
I knew it could be a bit rusty, thats how it is with a lot of changes, but now we are warm, used to it and we adjust a little bit.
We could really bring Daniel into a different position if Div is more central and Shaq more involved in another space. If we could make that a bit more clear then we have immediately better options.
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