Some good, some very bad. That's probably the best way to view Liverpool's pre-season draw with Greuther Furth. This was the Reds' final 'warm-up' game before tougher meetings against Leicester City and Bayern Munich, and they started off promisingly, with Luis Diaz opening the scoring in sublime fashion midway through the first half.
Jurgen Klopp's 11 changes at the break led to the previously well-structured affair becoming pretty chaotic. Julian Green's equaliser two minutes after the restart set the tone, with Darwin Nunez levelling things up shortly after.
The dangerous Nunez soon doubled his tally, but Liverpool then contrived to orchestrate their own downfall, with a string of defensive errors gifting Greuther Furth a 4-3 lead.
For the final 10-or-so minutes it looked like the Reds were heading for defeat, only for Mohamed Salah to level things up at the death and save his side's blushes. Klopp was all smiles at the end, even taking time for a few selfies with the opposing staff, but certain things he witnessed will have frustrated him.
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