LEICESTER, ENGLAND - Monday, February 1, 2016: Liverpool's manager Jürgen Klopp during the Premier League match against Leicester City at Filbert Way. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Video: Jurgen Klopp bemoans Liverpool’s decision making vs. Leicester

After defeat at Leicester City, Jurgen Klopp felt his players could have taken something from the game but ultimately their decision making cost them.

“We had opportunities in the box but we didn’t find the right decision often enough,” he said.

“The longer the game was we didn’t get cooler, the decisions didn’t get better. We had the ball in their box and didn’t shoot. One second later Vardy shoots from 35 yards and the ball was in. This says most about the game. I don’t feel too good.”

But Klopp took time to acknowledge Vardy’s brilliant opener, where he latched onto Mahrez’s long ball to fire over Mignolet.

He added: “It’s nice to be in a stadium when Jamie Vardy makes the goal of the month but, in an ideal world, not when you’re the manager of the other team. It made the difference.”

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