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Jürgen Klopp's first game in charge at Anfield didn't start well

Marko Devic put Rubin Kazan ahead on 15 minutes but Emre Can subsequently equalised.

Soccer - UEFA Europa League - Group B - Liverpool v Rubin Kazan - Anfield Source: PA Wire/PA Images

LIVERPOOL FELL BEHIND to Rubin Kazan early in tonight’s Europa League group match as Marko Devic fired the Russian side in front 15 minutes into Jürgen Klopp’s first game in charge at Anfield.

However, the visitors had captain Oleg Kuzmin sent off on 36 minutes. Already booked, the defender needlessly obstructed the run of Emre Can.

From the resulting free-kick, Coutinho crossed, Divock Origi headed downward, and Can finished past Sergey Ryzhikov to draw the Reds level.

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