Once again a team with a big burley centre forward bullied our centre halves. We suffered from it last year, we suffered from it last week and we suffered from it again today. Nobody associated with Hull will be complaining about that Sagbo's performance tonight, this is despite our best player supposedly being our centre half. Every time the ball went forward, they looked threatening.
The midfield was, again, as creative as my fashion style. (that's not a compliment). Huddlestone and Livermore were made to look like world class players due to how sh*t we were in the middle of the park. I've made my feelings towards Lucas' contribution well known and today was a prime example of it. Gerrard didn't do a f**king thing other than that free kick. Henderson was so invisible I didn't think he had a bad game because I didn't think he touched the ball to have a bad game, he had a non-existent game which is bad (if that makes sense). Out wide, oh f**king hell that was painful. Moses is one of the worst players I've seen in a Liverpool shirt and Sterling hasn't moved his game on from his early promise.
Suarez up top was frustrating because he was trying too much on his own and it simply weren't coming off today. Maybe he had to try it all on his own but it still doesn't hide the fact that what he did try today was poor.
And one man who must take his share of the blame is the manager. I usually don't blame the manager for on-field performances like this because it's the players who are out there under performing but today Rodgers must of seen at half time that it weren't working and we were lucky to go in level at the half because we didn't deserve to score. But he didn't change it. He stuck with it for too long. He stuck with players who were performing at a level that would struggle to make Tiber St's starting XI this Sunday. Obviously he can only make three subs but at least one of them should of been made at half time for Sterling or Moses for a creative player like Coutinho.
All in all it was a f**king shambolic performance from everybody in a Liverpool shirt today. And it's put added pressure on the next two home games. They were games that we should win but now they've become games we must win.
Pissed off doesn't quite sum up how pissed off I am
(I'll try and end with a joke)