Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers was not a happy man after his side registered their second consecutive 1-1 draw in the Europa League.
The Reds have been struggling for form recently, enjoying only one win in their last eight matches.
And there was more disappointment for the fans as they could only manage a draw at home against Sion.
They will face Rubin Kazan at Anfield next on October 22.
"We're disappointed with the result," Rodgers said.
"The story of the game was pretty obvious; we started the game well, got in front, gave away a poor goal and then created chances throughout the game and should have maybe won comfortably.
"But, unfortunately, we ended up drawing the game and we're frustrated in the end.
"We've obviously got a number of injuries, hence the reason why we needed to protect one or two for this game.
"The only forced injury was obviously Kolo coming off, but with the rest that was the plan before the game."