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And while that lead lasted only a few minutes - Mohamed Salah making it 1-1 at half-time - the Clarets defended superbly to stop Liverpool breaking through again before nearly pinching a famous win themselves through inspirational stand-in skipper Ben Mee in a breathless finish.
Jurgen Klopp recalled Coutinho to the starting line-up, marking the Brazilian's return to league action following his transfer request last month amid a series of bids from Barcelona, and the Reds dominated, but goalkeeper Nick Pope played a key part in the visitors' resilient rear-guard action.
If I can get over the few really, in my opinion, more than unlucky situations today then it's my job to see the performance - and we reacted really well.
Liverpool responded quickly through Mohamed Salah who was alert to Emre Can's knock forward.
After a decent start from the home side, their first chance came in the path of Mohamed Salah after a cross from Daniel Sturridge found the head of the Egyptian worldwide who nodded over the bar.
Liverpool pushed for the victor but, for all of Coutinho's brilliance, they lacked the cutting edge in the absence of the suspended Sadio Mane.
Klopp's side should have gone in ahead at the break, but James Milner's cross just eluded Daniel Sturridge as he raced into the six-yard box. The Liverpool front man does brilliantly to control Can's long ball, he brushes off a challenge before powering the ball into the back of the net from inside the box.
"It's our fault. We were dominant, fantastic attitude".
With Burnley managing only four shots in total at Palace's goal, half of them being off-target, a lack of creativity afflicted the Burnley performance.
In their opening three away fixtures against Chelsea, Tottenham and the Reds, Burnley are unbeaten - picking up five points.
For all the hosts' dominance, Dyche will have been confident that his side needed just one chance to take the lead and so it came to pass. Obviously we have quality and now we have to use this quality consistently.
"I was expecting so much more, fresh legs, seven new faces from the team that played Sevilla, so tiredness should not have been a problem for them", Houghton said on LFC TV.
Substitute Dominic Solanke came closest to winning it for the Reds as he struck the bar with a side-footed volley late on. Philippe was a really good game.
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