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"And that's part of that front foot mentality - you've got to go and win the ball, and go and challenge against these boys, put a marker on the game, not only with good tackles, but with good play".
Meanwhile, Burnley boss Dyche has defended his players in the wake of Gomez's injury.
"I was a little confused".
The Englishman was accused of being a cheat by Burnley manager Sean Dyche.
"I think the only one that was questionable was from Bardo [Phil Bardsley]".
Klopp crticised the match referee Stuart Atwell, saying: "'I said to the referee after the first sliding tackle (made) over six or seven yards, when he got the ball and everyone liked it: "'Please, tell them they can not do that'".
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And Klopp has leapt to the defence of his player, who he insists is an honest man.
"But I don't think they can reinvent the rules".
"That was the message we received after".
But the German hit back in his press conference today: "Daniel Sturridge is no cheat".
But, before Klopp's comments, Dyche had spoken about his side's commitment in the tackle, and said: "I thought there were some excellent challenges".
Dyche also made clear that Klopp appeared to be in a minority of one in thinking there was an issue over the struggling home side's approach to defending against a team sitting second in the table.
"We all want to win football games, and there are different ways of doing it". "For us of course as well".