Jurgen Klopp admitted his frustration as Liverpool were held to a 1-1 draw by Newcastle.
Joselu handed Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez a draw against his former club as missed chances cost the visitors dearly.
The Spanish striker cancelled out Philippe Coutinho’s sumptuous 27th-minute opener nine minutes later, although what he knew about it is debatable after Joel Matip’s attempted clearance came back off him and ended up in the net.
“I am disappointed, frustrated, whatever you want,” Klopp revealed.
“Away at Newcastle for each team will be a difficult place to play. We scored a wonderful goal and created wonderful chances.
“We shot the ball over the goal even when it was empty. We created five or six outstanding, big chances. Usually we score with one of them. I didn’t see one more chances for Newcastle.
“They got one chance and scored. That doesn’t feel too fair. We had a clear penalty. I don’t know what he has to do – pull the shirt off him?
“If you don’t help yourself no one else help you. It will be like this until we score. We play like this it makes sense that we play like this usually we score in situations like this. We have to accept this and carry on.”