Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was upset with his players after today's 2-0 defeat at West Ham United.
The German was particularly critical with the way the defensive department allowed former Liverpool striker Andy Carroll to meet Mark Noble's cross to score early in the second half of the game.
And he admits that his side just didn't do enough to deserve a win at the Boleyn Ground.
"It was not enough from my team today because in the decisive moments we were there but we were not there," Klopp is quoted as saying by the BBC.
"All the TV stations now tell me that the situation with Alberto Moreno was a foul, but we didn't react right in this situation. There was no whistle. We have to avoid the cross.
"What makes me angry is that we had an opportunity to play fighting football but we scored no goal today.
"It's our responsibility. I told the players immediately after the game: summary - not enough. If you know in the other team there's Andy Carroll, how can you allow crosses?
"I'm really angry today because we could have got so much more because everybody could see in the moments we play football what could happen. Today, we deserved to lose.
"We always had the ball, we could have made much more chances but we didn't. We have to again accept that we didn't play like we should."