Burnley boss Dyche accuses Liverpool of 'cheating.'

Tanya Simon
December 7, 2018

Jack Cork struck shortly after half time for Burnley to give the hosts an unexpected lead, but Jurgen Klopp's men responded with strikes from James Milner and Roberto Firmino, before Xherdan Shaqiri put the icing on the cake in a resolute 3-1 win.

And Merson thinks that should City avoid defeat in west London, they could go the whole season unbeaten.

But Gomez's injury is a blow to Liverpool FC's title hopes ahead of games against Arsenal, Manchester City and Manchester United in the next four weeks.

"I don't think you win the league without that, so I think they're definitely moving in the direction that they want to".

He's turned Bournemouth around as a club, established them in the Premier League and they play great football, too. Can you turn a decent player into an worldwide?

I also really like a manager who improves players and that's what Howe does so well. I fancied Bournemouth to win quite comfortably. It's no disrespect to the players who helped them get to the Premier League - they've proved they can compete at this level - but now Bournemouth are also looking at the next tier of players to kick on again.

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"I watched Liverpool as a kid, I was a Liverpool fan growing up in the 70s, and when I grew up watching them, they had a fantastic side, of skill, will demand and a physical edge".

Liverpool manager Klopp was furious on Wednesday night after Gomez limped out of their 3-1 Premier League victory over Burnley at Turf Moor.

"We send him our best if any injury occurred, but it's not from a bad tackle".

Gomez will be forced to sit out seven Premier League games over a crucial Christmas period.

"But I don't think they can reinvent the rules".

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