Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has admit a run of four home defeats is difficult to understand.
Loss at home to Everton in their Derby clash was their fourth at Anfield in a row.
Klopp responded: “Not all the games were the same obviously. [We were] dominant in most of the games if I am right, we lost an away game as well where we were really dominant against Leicester. That means in the decisive moments we make either a mistake or just something strange happens, so that’s how it is. If we make a mistake, it’s 100 per cent they score from it and if we cause them to make mistakes that doesn’t mean immediately we will score.
“I think everybody who saw the game tonight would say, ‘OK, if we watch the game without the goals, how can that happen?’ But it happened and not the first time, so we are really critical with ourselves there. How I said, the first goal was our mistake and we don’t finish the situations off.
“It’s about us as well, it’s not who can we criticise for that, that’s clear, we know that. I said it already in other interviews, I don’t like to talk tonight about the good parts of the game because we lost the game and we lost the derby. But from tomorrow on we have to use that again, that’s how it is, because we cannot change the situation by playing bad, that’s not possible. But in decisive moments we have to improve, that’s clear.”