The Reds dropped points at Anfield for the first time in the Premier League this season on Saturday when an organised Burnley side left with a 1-1 draw.

In a game that was dominated by the champions, Liverpool came up against an inspired Nick Pope in the Burnley goal. The stopper produced numerous remarkable saves after another to keep his side in the game.

All of Liverpool’s front three could, and possibly should, have scored in the first half alone, Pope thwarting all three on separate occasions.

It was an unlikely source who eventually did break the deadlock, Andy Robertson found himself unmarked on the right-hand side of the box and powered a header past the previously unbeatable England keeper.

Liverpool continued to create chances and should have put the game beyond doubt on numerous occasions. Their inability to do so was punished in the 69th minute when Jay Rodriguez fired home from the edge of the box.

On replay, the free-kick that led to the resulting goal was falsely awarded for offside, although VAR did not intervene.

The Reds were also denied two penalty appeals, something that particularity angered goalscorer Andy Robertson who made his feeling heard to the officials on the way off after the match.

Here’s how we rated the Liverpool players in the game: