Divock Origi missed a wonderful likelihood to present Liverpool the lead towards Burnley on the stroke of half time, however Graeme Souness says he noticed that miss coming.
The Belgian striker, who made a uncommon begin for the Reds, discovered himself clear by means of on objective as he latched onto Ben Mee’s error.
Nevertheless, he was unable to place the ball within the internet as his curling effort crashed towards the crossbar earlier than Clarets goalkeeper Nick Pope caught the free ball.
The miss got here again to hang-out Liverpool as they had been overwhelmed 1-Zero by Burnley because of Ashley Barnes’ late penalty.
It was the primary time the Reds tasted defeat on dwelling turf within the Premier League since April 2017 once they misplaced 2-1 to Crystal Palace,
Origi has scored a variety of vital objectives for Liverpool, nevertheless, he failed to finish his facet’s 438-minute scoreless run within the top-flight.
And Souness insisted he by no means backed Origi to attain the possibility.
Souness stated on Sky Sports activities: “Anybody however him actually.
“I do know he’s acquired some vital objectives for Liverpool however I stated to you ‘he’s not going to attain right here’.
“His first and second touches are nice, has time to open his physique up and he’s missed it.
“You may say six inches decrease or six inches left nevertheless it isn’t, it doesn’t hit the again of the web. It’s a foul miss.”