- Liverpool began their Champions League with a disappointing draw against Sevilla at Anfield
- Jurgen Klopp's boys surrendered their lead through Joaquín Correa's strike for Sevilla in the second half
- Liverpool's next match is a Premier League home game against Burnley
Jurgen Klopp boys were forced to a 2-2 draw by Spanish La Liga side Sevilla in their group Champions League opener on Wednesday, September 14.
Liverpool got off to a shocking start as they return to the Champions League group stage against Sevilla at Anfield.
An error from Dejan Lovren allowed the visitors to take the lead through a well taken shot by Wissam Ben Yedder.
But a lovely move saw Roberto Firmino hit back midway through the first half, before Mohamed Salah's deflected strike made it 2-1 before the break.
Firmino had the chance to double his tally from the penalty spot, but could only strike the post, and that proved costly as Correa finally got the awaited equalizer for Sevilla.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp while reacting to the 2-2 draw said: "It was pretty much a winning performance for 85-86 minutes and the team played well against a side who play well."
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