'We need to be honest with ourselves and everyone was.
Garth Crooks has told BBC Sport that it was great to see Danny Ings score for Liverpool again during their clash with West Brom, but insisted that he can not work out why Jurgen Klopp chose to replace him during the second-half. We need to switch on again and do the same things that we always did.
Jurgen Klopp's charges moved into a 2-0 lead at The Hawthorns over the weekend, only for the Reds to concede two goals in the last 10 minutes of the contest ahead of a crucial Champions League semi-final against Roma on Tuesday.
Speaking to the club's official website following the game, Ings explained what it meant to him to finally return to the Liverpool scoresheet, admitting: "I said to the lads I didn't know what it was going to feel like when I scored, and it was more relief".
Van Dijk put in a commanding performance against Manchester City.
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Instead they just have to remind themselves of what worked well previously in bringing nine clean sheets in their previous 14 games.
The habit of snatching a frustrating draw from the claws of a comfortable victory has been a frequent flaw through Jurgen Klopp's reign, but so rare recently it appeared to be on the point of extinction since Virgil Van Dijk's arrival. "So, it is disappointing, but I am not anxious at all". They [West Brom] are fighting for their lives so in the end they are very direct, balls into the channel, work hard, trying to get fouls and free-kicks and we didn't cope with that how we should have.
Klopp is confident his players will be up for the task without the added motivation of righting their wrongs against West Brom. We don't have to tell them it was not good enough and they can do better.
Livermore repeatedly blocked Loris Karius at set-pieces and, though European officials may penalise such a tactic, the Liverpool keeper did not look in command of his area. "Their boys play sometimes on the ground and then you can play football". "It will be a completely different game", said the Reds boss.