Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp says their inability to score at the moment is a major problem.
The Reds suffered yet another defeat on Sunday - this time to Fulham in the Premier League.
It's their sixth straight loss at Anfield and they haven't won their in the league since December.
Mario Lemina scored for Scott Parker's side just before the break and it proved to be enough as they took what could be a massive three points in their fight against relegation.
Speaking to Sky Sports at full-time Klopp said Fulham were full value for the win and praised their performance, saying they've been in impressive form of late.
"It was probably not only one moment, there were a lot of moments, but of course we conceded a goal and couldn't score.
"That Fulham will cause us problems today was clear because they are in a good moment, a good team and in the end I think we all agree a team like this should stay in the Premier League - they now have an even better chance."
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Klopp went on to say conceding at such a crucial time, in the 45th minute, was a hammer blow to his side.
His side has now conceded the opening goal in each of their last six games at Anfield.
He also expressed his frustration at their lack of creativity in front of goal and in creating chances.
"Of course, there were moments when we could have had more impact on the game.
"Conceding this kind of goal is a massive blow, it was I don't know how long before half-time, going in there the team was obviously disappointed.
"We tried to react, I think the boys showed that but in the end we don't score goals and that's a big problem, especially when you're 1-0 down."