However, he did at least acknowledge that he wouldn't have mentioned the pitch if Liverpool had won. "We are the better team, we didn't win".
Seeing as it was such a changed defence, the West Brom result could not be used by anybody as an accurate indicator of Liverpool's defensive improvement in recent months.
"West Brom obviously decided not to water the pitch at half-time and it was quite hard after that". It is not only for football it is also unsafe for injuries if the pitch is really dry. I don't know but it's the business.
Baggies caretaker manager Darren Moore has now taken four points from two meetings with top three sides, and five points from his three games in charge.
"I wasn't happy the pitch". We don't have to tell them it was not good enough and they can do better.
The England global scored his side's first goal as they fought back from 2-0 down to claim a 2-2 draw at home to Liverpool on Saturday. Following the match, Klopp branded West Brom's draw as a "useless comeback".More news: White Sox pitcher critical after brain surgery
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"We defended it quite well over 75 minutes".
Then they swapped a few more Tweets. Obviously hard defending Rondon in general and with Rodriguez around. The pitch got drier and drier and it is not in our favour or an advantage for the football-playing side.
"It was great to see Danny Ings back in a Liverpool shirt and looking so effective. It makes it more hard". He could have scored a second.
'Everyone gets upset. The way we conceded those goals is something to be angry about. If we look at the goals it was just roles we had and didn't follow.
But if you have these situations, it's different. They don't play only set-pieces.
It seems an overly harsh comment to make but then again, Klopp did have to watch as Ahmed Hegazi went unpunished for punching Danny Ings in the second half.
"You see it, I see it, but that's not important". It matters only what the three or four gentlemen with the whistle say.