Joe Gomez’s message to fans after injury - "Be back stronger soon"

Chris Hughton thinks his side deserved more at Turf Moor

Chris Hughton thinks his side deserved more at Turf Moor

In a statement, the club said: "Liverpool can confirm Joe Gomez sustained a fracture to the lower left leg during the 3-1 win at Burnley on Wednesday night".

A six-week absence would keep Gomez out until mid-January, with Liverpool facing nine games between now and then in three different competitions.

The Liverpool manager was unhappy with a number of Burnley challenges during his team's 3-1 win despite accepting that many were not fouls. You get the ball, nice, but it's like bowling because you get the player as well.

"I was a little confused".

"I think the only one that was questionable was Bardsley's. I couldn't make out what part of that was right and wrong", Dyche told the media.

"I think the only one that was questionable was from Bardo [Phil Bardsley]".

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Klopp and Sean Dyche had a somewhat spiky exchange at the final whistle, and, asked about it afterwards, Dyche merely said: "I just said "well done".

"I think Ben Mee's was a fantastic tackle and I imagine that a player, who seems to me an honest player, like Gomes, I think he realised that". That was the message we got after.

But the German hit back in his press conference today: "Daniel Sturridge is no cheat". We will see what we will do but we have other options of course.

The Burnley manager has defended his side's physical approach, saying (as quoted by Liverpool Echo): "There were some excellent tackles".

Another personal record set on Wednesday night went to Milner, who after helping his side take the lead, scored in the 50th Premier League match of his career.

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