I think the lack of compactness that Klopp was talking about was once again due to Fabinho not being comfortable as the sole #6. He clearly had instructions to get forward more and be aggressive, but this resulted in him being out of position too many times and thus our midfield was cut open repeatedly. I don't blame the player – it's just a part of getting used to Klopp's system; remember how badly Hendo looked in his first few games at #6? But this time, if Hendo was fit and played, I think we would have won this game because of far better midfield balance. I wonder if @Modo will agree with this? In the 2nd half Klopp felt like he had no choice but switch the formation back to 4-2-3-1, mostly for Fabinho's benefit. Overall this switching of tactics led to a ragged, uneven performance – yet we still had enough quality and class with the likes of Van Dijk and Salah to feel hard done by the draw. Last thing I want to comment on is that Firmino seems a bit jaded – not sure what the problem is, but it's strange to see him plainly out of gas by the 70th minute. Given how pivotal he is for the system, that's another factor preventing this team from flying like it was in the 2nd half last season.