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Two goals in three minutes were the highlight of a first half in which Liverpool dominated possession, yet were required to come back from a goal down after Scott Arfield opened the scoring on 26 minutes.It again highlighted the weakness of a Liverpool defence that has been under the microscope over the opening weeks of the season and Klopp’s furious response on the touchline spoke volumes about his own view of proceedings.Robbie Brady won an aerial challenge with Trent Alexander-Arnold, heading into the area where centre-halves Ragnar Klavan and Joel Matip were drawn into a challenge on Chris Wood.A faint touch off Klavan moved the ball on and the unmarked Arfield drove the ball home from 12 yards for his first goal since last October.That strike stunned the home crowd into silence as Burnley threatened to spoil Liverpool’s celebrations on the 125th anniversary of their first-ever match.Fortunately for the home supporters, they only had to wait three minutes to draw level with the most simple of goals as an Emre Can pass, from well inside his own half, dropped invitingly for Salah.The Egyptian showed neat control and a touch to take his marker Stephen Ward out of the game before driving an unstoppable finish past Nick Pope, the goalkeeper making his first Premier League start in the absence of injured England international Tom Heaton.The goals opened up what had been a tight affair with Salah, twice, and Sturridge testing Pope with low shots that were comfortably dealt with.Coutinho, rarely involved in that first period, also played through a lively looking Sturridge whose fierce shot struck the Burnley side-netting.Burnley’s striker Sam Vokes (L) vies with Liverpool’s defender Andrew Robertson (R) during the English Premier League football match September 16, 2017 © AFP / Paul ELLISPope, relatively comfortable in the first half, looked less so in spilling Can’s shot from the edge of area and the goalkeeper, jeered throughout the first half by Liverpool supporters for time wasting, was finally booked for the offence on 54 minutes.Liverpool pressed ever closer, with yet another Coutinho shot deflected behind and Sturridge’s committed run across the edge of the penalty box ending with a shot which Pope pushed to safety.Burnley sounded a note of caution on a rare counter-attack when Jack Cork’s superb challenge set up Brady for a shot which Simon Mignolet needed two attempts to catch.Can then needlessly gave away a corner from which Brady picked out Ben Mee, whose goalbound header was cleared off the line by Matip.And from the following corner, the same combination — Brady to Mee — saw the Burnley defender again denied, this time by Mignolet’s reflex block.In a strong response to that scare, Alexander-Arnold’s first-time shot was well held by Pope, with the replacement keeper later doing even better to tip a close-range shot from substitute Dominic Solanke onto his bar.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Liverpool’s midfielder Mohamed Salah controls the ball during the English Premier League football match against Burnley September 16, 2017 © AFP / Paul ELLISLIVERPOOL, United Kingdom, Sep 16 – Jurgen Klopp’s frustrating start to the season continued as Liverpool were held to a 1-1 draw by Burnley at Anfield on Saturday, despite Mohamed Salah’s fifth goal of the season.The German made seven changes, including a first start of the campaign for Philippe Coutinho, to the side that was held at home 2-2 by Sevilla in the Champions League in midweek, but yet another defensive error cost Liverpool dearly against a Burnley team that has not won at Anfield in 43 years.
With less than a year until move-in, construction on The Tower Residences at The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas is on pace for the luxury property’s announced mid-2009 opening. The 23-story Regency-style tower is the second phase of high-rise residences to open within Uptown’s prestigious Ritz-Carlton neighborhood, with Phase One directly above the hotel already sold-out and occupied.Although still nearly twelve months from opening, the 96 planned Tower Residences are 67 percent sold, with only 34 remaining homes for sale that represent Dallas’ few top-end luxury high-rise hotel residences to be completed between now and 2010. Offering one- to three- bedroom homes as well as penthouses, The Tower Residences have met the following construction goals on schedule:·70% of the overall structure is complete.·Top off is anticipated for late September 2008.·The tower’s first 12 stories are 75% enclosed.·Interior framing began in June 2008 and is complete on levels two through four.·Interior framing is underway through level eight.·The building’s 6-day per-floor pour cycle is proceeding on-time.·The Tower Residences’ central plant will be fired up the first week of September, providing climate control while luxury interiors are installed.·With one large tower crane on site, the project’s worker count will begin peaking this fall. Currently, some 250 workers are on-property.·Sales pace indicates that buyers are encouraged by on-time construction progress and are moving to finalize purchases before possible construction-related cost increases. Prices range from $700,000 to $8 million for the ultra-luxury, Ritz-Carlton concierge-serviced homes.·Potential purchasers have the opportunity to view a privately-owned, designer-furnished Residence currently available for resale in The Residences first tower, with interiors by owners Virgil Barber and Aaron Osborn of the Virron Group.·Most Ritz-Carlton, Dallas homeowners are Dallasites of varying ages and professions, many of them aspiring to own a home designed by the building’s renowned designer, Robert A.M. Stern Architects (designers of the upcoming George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum on the campus of Southern Methodist University. Robert A.M. Stern is the Dean of the Yale University School of Architecture).·The Tower Residences offer dedicated 24/7 Ritz-Carlton concierge assistance; à la carte access to world-class housekeeping, security and engineering services; walking access to The Ritz-Carlton Spa for à la carte services, and to Fearing’s, ranked America’s best new restaurant for 2007 and now Uptown Dallas’ most popular gathering spot. The Tower Residences will also feature their own private swimming pool and fitness center, along with lush grounds and a private, air-conditioned elevated walkway leading directly into the main Ritz-Carlton hotel building.For Information on the 34 remaining Tower Residences at The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas, contact 1-800-549-7489 or the property Marketing Center at 500 Crescent Court in Uptown Dallas.