Jurgen Klopp was "not happy" after his Liverpool side played out a 1-1 draw with Manchester City at the Etihad on Sunday.
The German said the result was "absolutely OK" but feels they had a very good chance of picking up all three points.
James Milner broke the deadlock from the penalty spot before Sergio Aguero equalised for the Citizens.
Speaking to Sky Sports after the game, Klopp said: "To get a point at Manchester City for each team in the world is absolutely OK.
"There were a few situations where we couldn't defend their quality. We could have won this game, because we forced the goalkeeper into a few outstanding saves.
"We had a phase between 50-70 where we had them and didn't close the game. We let them recover on the pitch, so they came back.
"They deserved the goal, but we could have scored more. Two highly motivated sides, both wanted to win until the last seconds."
"Our set pieces were good. It is difficult to defend this.
"We had three or four open goals in the six yard box. They had their moments too. Maybe it's OK, but I'm not happy in this moment.
"Give me a few hours and then I'm happy."
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