Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was so exasperated by Bournemouth's late equaliser in Tuesday's 2-2 draw at Anfield that it almost made him "vomit".
"I thought we defended very well, that is my first starting point".
The Reds had to settle for a point at home to Bournemouth on Wednesday night after Joshua King netted three minutes from time to make it 2-2. The Reds' run-in looks kind on paper but with such a poor defence, and considering they have lost six times to teams in the bottom half of the table already, it's very hard to predict if they'll secure enough points to qualify for next season's Champions League.
The loss of Sadio Mane, far and away Liverpool's best player this season, took away some of the shine from last weekend's Merseyside derby win.
"We grew into the game from there and that gave us confidence". Maybe we can take this as a positive.
Origi, the son of a Kenyan global, has had a rather in-and-out career so far at Anfield since we signed him for £10m in the summer of 2014 - a summer that had seen him score a goal for his country in the World Cup finals in Brazil. The Reds had already got an early warning from Bournemouth in a set-piece when Marc Pugh volleyed agonisingly wide of Mignolet's goal and one would think Klopp's side would have learnt from that chance. The Cherries visited Liverpool having handed them another shock loss in December, and with the Reds on their own run of form, the chance to turn the tables didn't seem out of sight.
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When Coutinho, scorer of the equaliser following Benik Afobe's gift-wrapped opener for Bournemouth, had to be substituted through illness on 65 minutes, Klopp threw on centre-back Joel Matip.
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The pace, understandably, slackened after half-time, but the game remained remarkably open with chances at either end. Replays showed De Roon was clearly standing in an offside position when he headed the ball past Eldin Jakupovic.
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"It should be disappointing and it's really important but tomorrow we have to treat it as it is - one point more than before", he said.
However, when asked if the injury was potentially season-ending for the Senegal worldwide, the Liverpool manager replied: "Unfortunately that is possible but why should I say it now when I don't know?"
Errors undermined Liverpool's victory prospects at the start and close of the contest.
But there was a setback for Klopp as Coutinho, who was sick in the dressing room at half-time, had to come off with 25 minutes to go.
"In the dressing room there is no-one who is respected or admired more", Henderson wrote in his programme notes for the Bournemouth game.
Nigel Spackman has insisted that he was left bemused with Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp's decision to alter his side's formation during their 2-2 draw with Bournemouth on Wednesday.
"We withdrew our strikers in the middle of the pitch".