Liverpool suffered yet another home defeat in the Premier League in a game that summed up their whole season.
Dominate the chances? Tick.
Hit the post? Tick.
Hit the bar? Tick.
Cleared off the line? Tick.
Chance after chance? Tick.
Lack of composure in front of goal? Tick.
No subs til after 65 mins? Tick.
Run out of ideas late on? Tick.
Peter Odemwinge scored the only goal of the game on 75 minutes after the visitors capitalised on a mistake by Glen Johnson.
By then Liverpool had carved out chance after chance, with Luis Suarez instrumental in everything. But once again, there was no end product and as the chances came and went the frustration built and built.
Liverpool had 28 chances, 12 on target, and 15 corners. But no goal to show for it.
The Reds are now on less points than this stage last season, lower in the League than last season and just one point ahead of Roy Hodgson’s West Brom.
Anfield used to be a fortress, it certainly isn’t any more. 5 home wins in the League all season.
Liverpool continue to frustrate and amaze in equal measure. Dalglish’s team have just seven points from their last ten games.
The visitors recorded their first win at Anfield since 1967 as Liverpool were made to pay for their extraordinary wastefulness in front of goal — how many times have we heard that this season?