Jurgen Klopp delivered his verdict on another bad day at the office as he reflected on the FA Cup exit at Anfield - a game that saw the reds lose 2-1 to Championship side Wolves.
The Liverpool boss said that going into the game, following 2 defeats, the reds were low on confidence. He said:
'The start of the game doesn't make it easier.
Wolves scored in the 55th second after a free kick was headed in.
'A goal after a minute let them fly. It makes everything easier for them and everything more difficult for us. That's why you should avoid a start like that. First half we were too static, not flowing enough.
'Second half it was better. We could have scored a few times they could have scored another one minimum.
Klopp was asked if he felt let down by some of his players.
'No. I don't feel that they let me down or something. I am responsible for the line up. I saw them training and thought 'that's the line up'. Today not many of the players who didn't play could have played.
'As I said I'm responsible for the bad things and responsible for the good things - today was obviously not good so it is my responsibility.