Klopp: Liverpool made more mistakes at Arsenal than the officials

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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp did not go for his old Dortmund players

The youngster's development at Anfield has been one of Jurgen Klopp's success stories, but he looked out of place during Liverpool's 1-1 draw against Arsenal at the Emirates. Fabinho has not yet begun to impose himself. "They are a very good example for us".

James Milner opened the scoring after an error from Bernd Leno but late on Arsenal managed to grab the equaliser. He drilled it home. On the stroke of halftime, he had come for Milner's free-kick and got nowhere near it.

And, in first half stoppage time, Bernd Leno produced an nearly carbon copy of Alisson's earlier error by charging out in an attempt to stop a Virgil van Dijk header but misjudged the flight of the ball and was lucky to see it come back off the post. For as impressive as it was going forward, the Gunners always looked vulnerable and should have been behind at the half.

It could have been a different story had Mane's effort being allowed to stand, but the Liverpool attacker was flagged for offside when he tapped in the rebound from Roberto Firmino's shot which had hit the post.

However, TV replays showed that the goal should have counted, as Mane checked his run to remain behind the ball when Firmino squared it across the box. 38 matches. It's very important when you play against City and Chelsea or against Liverpool.

MF Henrikh Mkhitaryan, 6 - Showed his connection with Aubameyang on a couple of occasions and almost scored with a header in the first half.

But much has changed since the opening day of the season when reigning champions Manchester City outclassed Arsenal on Emery's first chance to make an impression as the man to succeed Arsene Wenger's 22-year reign in charge.

Emery's decision to sacrifice Aubameyang rather than Lacazette with his substitutions was vindicated when the French worldwide kept his composure to brilliantly curl into the far corner after being forced wide by Alisson.

It's the reason that at the end, I think 1-1 is a good result for how we did in the 90 minutes after 1-0 when we are losing and it's the reason we are happy 50 per cent. That's OK. Our set-pieces were outstanding and we should have scored from them.

Granit Xhaka fired too close to Alisson from a well-worked corner, but the Brazilian worldwide was fortunate when he rushed from his goal and was beaten to a floated cross by Henrikh Mkhitaryan, whose header drifted inches wide.

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