Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was not a happy man after his side's 2-0 defeat at Leicester City.
The Reds desperately needed all three points to stay in touch with the Top Four but failed to impress as Jamie Vardy scored twice for the hosts.
And the German bemoaned the fact that his side could only create half-chances against the Foxes.
"I'm not too fine with our game today," Klopp told BBC Sport.
"It's rare a journalist says something more positive than the manager.
"We could have played much better. We had a few shots where we could pass and a few passes where we could shoot.
"We created half chances but not real chances. It was a world-class goal from Jamie Vardy. Today would have been a good day to show we are ready for this.
"I need a few more seconds to calm down. I have to watch it again."