We could have won this one easily. We could have sent Everton home with zero points. But instead we drew them, or better said: we let them draw us 2:2 and lost 2 points. In the first half we played some decent football. We pushed forward and we had some very good chances to score. In fact, we should have went into the injury time 3:0 up. Well, if we didn’t miss the chances. There you’ve got it again: our famous lack of luck which is hanging above our heads like a deep black cloud … However, although we’re disappointed with the result there are some positives. The first one: at least it’s not a defeat. At least we picked up this one point. It is still better than a zero. After the match Kenny said:
“We are happy with the way we are playing,” said the Liverpool manager. “When there is a change in management there is a change in philosophy, training and how you prepare for matches and players have to adapt to that. They’ve got to believe in what we are doing and I think you can see the belief is coming back.”
This is all true. We finally played a different football, we finally played well. Which is the second positive. Although we should have played like this throughout the match. It’s good to go into the break leading, but there is always the danger of switching off, being to confident and losing the concentration. That’s what happened with us yesterday. After Raul’s goal, which gave us us the lead, we just switched off … This is a wrong attitude which cost us the victory.
We are moving into the right direction … this draw was just a start. The next aim is a win. It has to be …