By Dominic Toner

Jurgen Klopp has revealed that Liverpool’s 2-0 defeat to Burnley is his worst moment experienced during his stay at Anfield.

The German manager moved to the Merseyside club last October and has had a major impact on them, with many people now regarding them as serious title contenders this season.

Liverpool did suffer a setback at the beginning of the new campaign and lost 2-0 to newly-promoted Burnley in the second fixture of the Premier League.

The Reds dominated possession but were stunned by goals from Sam Vokes and Andre Gray to hand Burnley a famous win at Turf Moor.

Klopp’s side had 81 per cent of possession in the game but failed to be clinical in front of goal and that remains their only defeat of the season.

The Liverpool boss was asked what his worst moment at the club was and he comprehensively chose the Burnlet defeat.

“Burnley, 600 or 700 games as a manager and a game like this I never saw!” Klopp told the Echo.

Klopp’s choice may come as a surprise to several people as he endured both Europa League and League Cup final defeats in his first season in charge.

Liverpool suffered a penalty shootout defeat to Manchester City in February and were then beaten 3-1 by Sevilla in Europe.

The Reds are now chasing a first Premier League crown this season and have been in impressive attacking form, scoring 18 goals from their first seven league games.

Liverpool will have to wait until March for their next league meeting with Burnley and they will certainly be out for revenge.

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