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Harry Wilson found the net in the 35th minute to draw level but Dortmund scored two quick goals after the break. Delaney made it eight minutes into the second half with an easy tap-in and Jacob Bruun Larsen extended the lead after finding the bottom corner in the 58th minute.
Rhian Brewster converted a penalty in the 75th minute after Ben Woodburn was brought down in the box but Liverpool could not find the equaliser in the closing stages in front of the 40,strong crowd.
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Klopp has already spoken about how a fit Oxlade-Chamberlain will be like having a new player at the club this season after the midfielder's recent long injury layoff.
The England international was on the field for just 19 minutes last season as he recovered from a serious ACL the previous campaign.
However, Oxlade-Chamberlain is now back to full fitness, although he still needs game time to get back up to speed, which is why run outs like these - he played for an hour against the Germans - are so important.
And in the stifling heat of the Notre Dame University Stadium, that is exactly what the year-old got, showing glimpses of the type of form he produced in his debut season at the club.
Liverpool's pre-season tour of the US, which begun in Indiana, represents a wonderful chance for Wilson to stake a first-team claim ahead of the new season, and the youngster did himself no harm with this eye-catching display against Dortmund.
The Welshman, 22, was handed a start in the club's forward line, repaying Klopp's faith with a well-taken first-half equaliser after a clever dummy from Ryan Kent.
Both those players spent last season out on loan - Wilson at Derby, Kent with Rangers - but on this minute showing, it looks like the former is just ahead in the Reds pecking order.
Back in April, Klopp insisted Brewster would have a key role to play in Liverpool's attack this campaign and after scoring his fourth goal in just three pre-season games against Dortmund, you can see why the German was happy not to bring in a replacement for the recently departed Daniel Sturridge.
It may have only been a penalty, confidently thrashed high into the roof of the net to give Liverpool hope of a draw, but the young forward oozed confidence after coming on as a 60th-minute substitute against the Bundesliga side.
And if the year-old carries on scoring like this, the striker will definitely be involved when the Reds' competitive season gets underway against champions Man City in the Community Shield at Wembley on August 8.
Despite the defeat in Note Dame, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp was able to find plenty of positives from the game against Dortmund, especially after giving Jordan Henderson, Virgil van Dijk, Georginio Wijnaldum, Andy Robertson and Trent Alexander-Arnold their first taste of pre-season.
So immediately when we had to come out again for 15 minutes with the same line-up from the first half and Dortmund could change and bring fresh legs, that was the decider, I would say.
But we had to fight, we had to defend these situations, a lot of times good. I saw a lot of good things.