Two goals from Jamie Vardy and another from Danny Drinkwater gave Leicester the three points, in a thoroughly depressing but completely inevitable defeat.
While Leicester were improved from their recent form, Liverpool failed to stand up against another relegation threatened team.
“It was not good enough in the beginning, not good enough in the middle, and not good enough in the end,” assessed Klopp.
“We can’t blame anyone else for this performance, we don’t want to look for excuses. We have to react – and react. It’s happened too often.”
Klopp pointed to Leicester’s style of performance being predictable.
“It was 100% clear what would happen, what line-up Leicester would choose, how emotional they’d be. In the end it was not that intense.”