Burnley suffered a 3-1 defeat against Liverpool, further cementing their position in the Premier League relegation zone.
Vincent Kompany lamented Burnley’s inefficiency in their match against Liverpool, acknowledging that during his time playing for Manchester City, they never had as many changes to score at Anfield.
Despite Liverpool securing a 3-1 victory and reclaiming the top spot in the Premier League, the match was far from smooth sailing for Jurgen Klopp’s team.
Burnley squandered numerous chances, with David Fofana notably missing two one-on-one opportunities when the score was 2-1 in Liverpool’s favour during the second half.
Kompany managed at Anfield for the first time in his career. While he won four league titles as City captain, a victory on Liverpool’s patch was never something the former centre-back achieved.
But he took the positives from the performances despite Burnley taking another step closer to relegation. He said via the BBC:
“I’ve been to this place many times as a player myself and didn’t get as many chances as we did today.
“These types of games you need a little bit of luck but we didn’t have that and it becomes difficult. The team fights, works hard, is always dangerous and at times played really well.
“It’s a credit to the team because they always keep going. I can take positives but obviously we want the results.”