Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp believes defender Joe Gomez was unlucky to suffer a broken leg against Burnley on Wednesday but stressed that Premier League teams could be aggressive without injuring opponents.
Joe Gomez is out six weeks after fracturing his lower leg during Liverpool's 3-1 win over Burnley.
"That was really important because Trent is still a young boy and we can not push him through 20 games in a row".
The 21-year-old England worldwide was taken off after 23 minutes following a challenge with Clarets captain Ben Mee.
Liverpool are second in the league with 39 points from 15 matches while Bournemouth are seventh with 23 points.
"I'll do my best to come back as quick as possible and hopefully be back with you guys soon, so thank you".
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Burnley boss Sean Dyche accused Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge of diving to win a free-kick after the sides' midweek clash, leading Klopp to leap to the England forward's defence.
"I just wanted to thank you to you all for your kind messages and well wishes".
When Origi made it 1-0 in the 95th minute, Klopp sprinted onto the pitch towards goalkeeper Alisson Becker and gave the Brazilian a huge hug. I'd go as far as to say we haven't been physical enough in some games.
"Clyne has been out for two weeks". "We know we are going to have a lot of possession, but obviously we have to defend well".
"Of course, there's a couple of tackles that could have gone either way but they've managed to get the ball and that makes all the difference but I thought we reacted well".
"We all want to win football games, and there are different ways of doing it".