‘Not good’- Jordan Henderson reveals who was at fault after Liverpool’s shocking loss to Brighton
Liverpool skipper, Jordan Henderson admits the Reds are suffering a lack of confidence but insists players cannot afford to feel sorry for themselves.
The Reds were outclassed at the Amex Stadium and have already dropped 26 points this campaign, leaving them out of title contention and with an uphill task to qualify for the Champions League.
‘It’s a real low point for us as a team,’ Reds skipper Henderson said of the heavy defeat on the south coast.
‘We need to stay together. There’s an honest bunch of lads in there and it’s a tough moment for us as a team, for sure, but we need to get together.
‘We all know we can be better individually, collectively, and everything across the board. And I’ll take responsibility, the lads will take responsibility to try to put it right.’
Speaking of the mood in the dressing room, the 32-year-old continued: ‘Not good, as you can imagine.
‘Pretty low, low on confidence – you can see that when we’re playing – energy levels low, everything. It’s no good feeling sorry for ourselves.
‘I’ve been through moments like this in my career and you’ve got to keep fighting, you’ve got to keep going and hopefully, we can change it sooner rather than later.’
Manager Klopp accepted blame for another disappointing day in Liverpool’s stuttering season, conceding he could not recall a worse display from his side in his time at the Anfield club.