Liverpool's season took a dreadful turn as they were trounced 3-0 at home by West Ham on Saturday and saw Philippe Coutinho sent off.
Coutinho now misses the trip to Manchester United after the international break, and Brendan Rodgers will have to pick up the pieces after this shock.
West Ham fully deserved their victory, and while the scoreline might have flattered the visitors a little, Liverpool deserved nothing from the game, as they were error-riddled in defence and insipid in attack.
Brendan Rodgers said he was "disappointed" by Liverpool's 3-0 loss to West Ham at Anfield and insisted that his side have to defend better.
A goal from Manuel Lanzini inside five minutes set the tone and Mark Noble doubled the lead before the half. Liverpool then had Philippe Coutinho sent off for a second yellow card, before Diafra Sakho put the seal on the win to end their unbeaten start to the campaign.
"The first goal is a cheap goal and that gave them a motivation and fight," Rodgers told BBC...