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Klopp's masterclass against Burnley proves he's the best in the world

By Charles Cornwall

Klopp's masterclass against Burnley proves he's the best in the world

He showed he is quick to adapt to the needs of the team

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The Reds' midfield is showing great results, and within a great renovation at Anfield, so far it is giving incredible results, as all the players so far have given something to talk about, and both the reinforcements and the youth players in the process of consolidation as is the case of Harvey Elliott and Curtis Jones, who are earning the respect of everyone at Anfield.

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However Curtis Jones is undoubtedly the more established of the two, as Jones is bigger, and this is made clear by his numbers, where although Harvey has 1 goal and 2 assists this season Curtis has scored 5 goals and made 3 assists, demonstrating his great maturity, becoming an important player this season, so he is finishing his consolidation.

During the first half of the game against Burnley, the two teams were very tight in midfield, however for the second half and after the departure of Trent Alexander Arnold, this position was taken by Jones, who despite not having played in that position before, did a great job against a Burnley team that at first attacked the Reds with constancy.

However, Curtis Jones maintained great composure, and while some defensive shortcomings were noticeable, the midfielder has now shown that he can cover the lower half of the pitch.

However, Curtis Jones maintained great composure, and while some defensive shortcomings were noticeable, the midfielder has now shown that he can cover down low for any adversity the Reds have to go through. Giving Klopp a greater variety of options to choose from for the rest of the season in the face of constant injuries, an issue that doesn't seem to be changing.

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