Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp blasted his side’s effort in a humiliating 3-0 Premier League defeat to Brighton & Hove Albion which he called the worst ever in his reign.
Winger Solly March scored twice and created a third for Brighton as they dominated the game from start to finish, with Liverpool barely able to string together a single decent attack.
“Massively frustrated, congratulations to Brighton on a super game against a bad opponent. We were not good today, I can’t remember a good phase or period,” an angry Klopp said.
“Doing better than today should be easy because this is a really low point. I can’t remember a worse game,” he added.
Despite losing 3-1 to Brentford in their last Premier League game on Jan 2, Klopp said that he had been confident coming into Saturday’s game that his side could get a much-needed win.
“There was no sign of this performance before the game, but that’s probably how it is sometimes. There’s nothing that I thought yesterday or this morning that this could happen.”