In a season that has been largely full of highs so far, the 2-0 loss at Burnley in the second game of the new campaign was a notable low point.
We fell behind after a couple of minutes and were 2-0 down by the break. Despite ending with nearly 80 percent possession and more than 25 shots are target, we never looked like scoring a goal.
It’s led to accusations that we don’t know how to play against sides that park the bus. Against the top sides we have no issue, but when teams want to sit back we struggle.
There were signs of it last season too, losses against Watford and Palace were particularly hurtful.
Lovren, however, says the same mistakes will not be repeated tomorrow.
“We learned from our mistakes in the past and we know what we can expect from Hull City,” Lovren said.
“They are a good team, defending well, so it will be tough definitely.
“But if we play like against Derby and in the games before then we won’t have a problem.” (Echo)
We hope he’s right – all the good work we have done against the likes of Chelsea and Arsenal will be undone if we throw away cheap points against lesser sides.
What do you think the score will be?