Jurgen Klopp says that Liverpool’s high chance creation against Arsenal was “pretty rare”.
Despite disappointment at surrendering a commanding position in north London, Liverpool remain unbeaten in their last 13 matches in all competitions.
Klopp is not chalking off the results on the calendar, but believes the Reds are maintaining consistency in performance.
“I don’t know how many it is now; I don’t think about or count this,” the German said.
“But I really think performance-wise we are in a really good way; that’s what we need to keep.
“So even when it still feels completely, maximum average, unbelievable not to win at Arsenal, the performance was still good.
“The performance was a team performance. We can’t talk too much about mistakes because there was only one mistake. It’s still only one mistake.
“They scored their goals, and we have to get that, stay consistent, and keep on performing like we did.
“It’s not too easy to play this kind of football for the boys, it’s intense. And to go to Arsenal and to be in a position where we could have scored six or seven goals, seems pretty rare.
“We should have had three points, but we got one. We were the much better side, so that’s something we can take forward.”