Just around a year ago, Robert Lewandowski hailed Liverpool as the "optimal club" for his former manager Jürgen Klopp and predicted good times ahead.
"I was very angry", Klopp told reporters at his post-match press conference.
"Swansea did well, but we were really too static".
The winger has also chipped in with two assists and put in a string of impressive performances to help Jurgen Klopp's side win five of their seven league games so far to sit fourth in the table.
"This week we've worked a lot, we must find the right way to be more compact", he said.
"I have no time", Klopp said. We were losing patience. "But he got the information across clearly and got us going again", the Liverpool star explained.
Lamela is stopped walking to the spot by Son with Spurs looking to score a third
But Roberto Firmino equalised in the 54th minute before winning the penalty that James Milner converted to secure all three points at the Liberty Stadium. We played better in the first half and in the second half Liverpool played better than we did.
"I think it's still the right decision".
"In my job I can see that, but not change a lot until half-time". Having been part of an exciting Liverpool team in the late 1990s, the striker known as "God" on Merseyside was unable to win a Premier League trophy.
The midfielder, who scored England's victor in their opening Group F fixture against Slovakia last month, is set to sit out the upcoming games with Malta and Slovenia on October 8 and October 11 respectively.
Swansea City manager Francesco Guidolin says his team can turn things around despite a third successive defeat in the English Premier League. "I'm not here for a year, I'm here for the long term".
"Competition for the top is very fierce but Leicester proved previous year that if you are an organised team with good players, anything can happen within a season". It's obviously disappointing what's happened and massively disappointing for Sam because I think he was doing a very good job.
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