The visibly angry manager bemoaned his side’s lack of effort, and for allowing crosses for a side that had Andy Carroll – who scored the second goal, against his former club – up front.
“It’s our responsibility and it’s not a day for being disappointed, only a day for being angry about ourselves – and that’s what we are,” said Klopp.
“I am really angry about myself,” added the manager.
WEST HAM 2–0 LIVERPOOL
TALKING POINTS: Reds fail in physical battle – again
MATCH REPORT: Spineless Reds easily beaten
PLAYER RATINGS: Can leads the way on gloomy afternoon
TACTICAL OVERVIEW: West Ham profit as Benteke ignores the channels