Tony Pulis admitted his side had the chances to get something out of the game as his West Brom side lost 1-0 to Liverpool.
Roberto Firimino’s header secured the win to lift Liverpool up to third in the Premier League and helped end Tony Pulis’ hold over them.
Albion have now failed to score in their last four games – losing five of their last seven – and boss Pulis was disappointed with his side’s failure to convert the chances.
Nacer Chadli missed a fine first-half opening while Matt Phillips was denied by Simon Mignolet late on.
“It’s missed chances. We’ve had the opportunities again and especially against the top teams you have to take your chances,” said Pulis.
“We’ve had three really good opportunities where I would have expected them to score but you can’t criticise them.
“My one disappointment about our performance was the first 20 minutes of the second half.
“They scored bang on half-time with a goal that we’re disappointed with because we think (Craig) Dawson was fouled. But we’ve still got to defend better.”