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Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish insists there is "nothing drastically wrong" despite another performance which drew a blank and resulted in yet more dropped points at home.

Sunday's 1-0 defeat to West Brom, courtesy of Peter Odemwingie's 75th-minute goal completely against the run of play, was not one of those occasions where the Reds ran out of ideas against doughty opponents. The Baggies survived a barrage, particularly in the second half, as Dalglish's side had 28 shots - 12 on target - but failed to find the net.

The Scot said: "You don't create the opportunities we created and the panic we created if we are not doing something right. But it is hard and it is great credit to the players they keep persevering and pushing on."

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