By Harvey Byrne
Jim Beglin has described Liverpool’s display against Burnley on Sunday afternoon as “one to forget.”
The former Reds full-back watched as the famous club battled to a hard-fought 2-1 win over the Lancashire outfit at Anfield.
A strike from Ashley Barnes in the first 10 minutes saw the alarm bells ring for Jurgen Klopp’s team.
However, Georginio Wijnaldum’s goal just before half time sparked some life back into the team before Emre Can scored a stunning long-range winner.
The victory marked an all important three points for Liverpool and Beglin shared on his personal Twitter account that they were all that mattered after the match.
One to forget apart from the points. #LIVBUR
— Jim Beglin (@jimbeglin) March 12, 2017
The points have seen Liverpool move five points clear of Arsenal in fifth, but the Gunners do boast two games in hand.
Meanwhile, the Reds are also a point behind third placed Manchester City, who they will be facing next at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Klopp and his side will be keen to push on for a place in next season’s Champions League after two years out of the elite competition.
However, they still have to get through 10 more Premier League matches before anything is guaranteed.
In other Liverpool news, Jamie Carragher believes there’s a good chance this Reds first teamer won’t be at the club next season.