Jurgen Klopp, the Liverpool boss, has criticized his players following their 3-1 defeat against Leicester City in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon.
The German said the Reds players lost the ball too easy against Leicester City, adding that they became open at the back.
Liverpool dominated much possession during the match at King Power and took a deserved lead in the second half through Mohamed Salah.
However, James Maddison drew the hosts level with a free-kick before Jamie Vardy and Harvey Barnes scored to give the Foxes all three points against Klopp’s men.
“The game was really good then we concede these two goals,” Klopp told BT Sport.
“The third one obviously we lost the ball too easily, one pass and they are done.
“That’s something I don’t like because we were obviously much too open at that moment.
“That’s really – I told the boys already – not OK. But that’s the situation we are in.”