West Ham United forward Jarrod Bowen was frustrated at the number of missed chances in their 3-1 defeat to Liverpool in the Premier League on Sunday.
Mohamed Salah gave the Reds the lead against the run of play with a penalty but Bowen levelled for the Hammers with an excellent stooping header.
Darwin Nunez put the hosts ahead with a difficult hooked volley from Alexis Mac Allister’s clipped ball over the top before Diogo Jota sealed the points when he pounced from close range to turn home Virgil van Dijk’s header.
“We just conceded goals and it fell out of our hands a bit, so I’m just disappointed to lose the game,” Bowen said.
“I think we had a few chances and when you come here and have chances you have to take them because coming away to Anfield is never easy and we created good chances and maybe we should have put them away, but we’ve also got to keep the ball out of our net as well to give us the best chance we’ve got right until the end of the game.”
He added: Maybe we dropped off a bit and we gave them too much time and they probably upped their quality as well.”
“It was a game of two halves because we were probably happy going in [at half-time] with a draw because we’d played some good stuff and created some good chances, but in the second half we didn’t create as much as what we wanted.”