Rodgers angry at Liverpool mistakes.

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers hes beamond two seperate mistake’s in Liverpool’s defeat against newly promoted Hull City, as the Reds went down to a 3-1 defeat at The KC Stadium earlier today.

Hull claimed an impressive victory over lacklustre Liverpool side after Jake Livermore and David Meyler sunk the Reds to claim a superb victory, in emphatic fashion.

Rodgers was upset following a dismal display, which included a rather unfortunate own goal from Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel.

Rodgers stated to Sky Sports News after the game…..

“I thought that we had plenty of effort and commitment which I always get from the team but we just made too many mistakes today.

“Defensively as a team we made too many mistakes and obviously with the ball I don’t think we created enough so it was a very, very disappointing result all round.

“We arrived into here our confidence and belief high. We didn’t pass the ball well, we gave it away very quickly and we found ourselves a goal behind which was disappointing.

“We arrived into here our confidence and belief high. We didn’t pass the ball well, we gave it away very quickly and we found ourselves a goal behind which was disappointing.

Rodgers stated following the Sturridge injury.

“We had plenty of possession but there was no real penetration with the team and that’s something that we’ll obviously look to put right for Wednesday .

Liverpool’s next League fixture comes in Wednesday’s encounter against an improving Norwich City, in what is a real must win game for Rodgers and his men.

Rodgers will also have frustrations after in form striker Daniel Sturridge will be ruled out until the new year, after confirmation that the England centre forward will be out for around eight weeks.

There is no doubt that when you don’t have a player of that quality, then it affects your team and we don’t have a big enough squad to cope with a few players missing and that will always be the case.

“(If we’ve) got two or three of our players that are regulars in our team missing then we’re a different team.”

By Ben Reardon

@BenReardon1

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