Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has lamented his side's 3-0 defeat to Watford in the Premier League on Sunday.
An early goal from Nathan Ake in the third minute, and a brace from Odion Ighalo ensured the win for the Hornets at Vicarage Road.
“It was a bad start – and really not the best reaction to the start and not the best reaction to the goals. It was a very difficult first half," Klopp said, liverpoolfc.com reports.
“It was a better start in the second half after a few little changes and with a little bit of luck we could have scored a goal after half-time and the game would be open again, but we didn’t do it. Then a counter decided the game. That’s how it was.
“It’s the most disappointing moment in my whole Liverpool FC life. We don’t feel good today. We came here to do something completely different to what you saw.
“Between what we wanted to do and what everybody saw is a big gap – a big space – and that’s what we have to fill in the next few days for the next game against Leicester. Today, we have to accept the result and we have to work, keep on working and play better football.”