Goals from Roberto Firmino, Nat Phillips and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain earn Liverpool a vital three points against Burnley.
The Clarets caused Liverpool problems in the early going but it was Liverpool who scored the all-important first goal just before half time.
The goal came via a cross via the left flank from Andy Robertson. The ball eventually found its way to Roberto Firmino who stabbed the ball in from close range.
Liverpool doubled their lead in the second half. Sadio Mane sent a cross into the area that found Nat Phillips. The defender powerfully headed home to secure all three points for the Reds. Oxlade-Chamberlain added a third goal late on.
Jurgen Klopp’s side have moved above Leicester City on goal difference as they sit fourth heading into the last game of the season.
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