Liverpool defender Andy Robertson is hopeful of the Reds returning to winning ways in the next match after a frustrating 1-1 draw against Burnley at Anfield yesterday.


​Jurgen Klopp's side were utterly dominant throughout the game against Burnley but were forced to settle for a draw against Sean Dyche's disciplined defence. Burnley scored the opening goal of the match after which Mohamed Salah equalised for Liverpool.


The Reds now face two back to back trips to Leicester City in a space of five days. Liverpool play Leicester at the King Power stadium in Tuesday's Carabao Cup clash. Jurgen Klopp's men will again travel to the same stadium next weekend to face Leicester City in the Premier League.



Andy Robertson is quite glad that the Reds do not have much time to think about yesterday's draw against Burnley and the squad has turned their full attention towards Leicester City.


He told ​Liverpool's official website, "Of course, that’s the beauty of football and especially playing for a top club like this then you’re playing Saturday, Tuesday, Saturday, Tuesday, and if you have a bad afternoon or a bad night then you’ve got time to put it right."


Robertson hopes the Reds get back to winning ways again starting from the double header against Leicester as he concluded, "We’ve got a game on Tuesday in the cup and then another league game against Leicester, so it’s important we get back to winning ways and this whole week we’ll be focusing on that."