Liverpool are completely out of luck at the moment.
The Reds have been trudging through inconsistent form every since the first international break with just a single Premier League win since the August demolition of Arsenal.
Nevertheless, Sunday undoubtedly marked the lowest point of an already tumultuous season. Jurgen Klopp's men were thumped 4-1 at Wembley Stadium as Tottenham delivered an attacking masterclass under the famous arch.
There was no shortage of individual mistakes with Dejan Lovren topping the billing.
The Croatian had the half an hour from hell as he was eventually subbed off before half-time in favour of fellow struggler Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. It's worth saying that Simon Mignolet and Joel Matip also had their fair share of clangers.
Yet on their day, Liverpool are the finest attacking force in the Premier League and consequently, the visit of a newly promoted team this weekend seemed the perfect chance to return to form.
This is a Huddersfield Town side that put Manchester United to the sword just last week, though.
And Liverpool had little joy against David Wagner's men in a trying first-half that saw them enter the break at 0-0.
Nevertheless, proceedings could have been so different around the half hour mark as Liverpool were awarded a penalty for the felling of Roberto Firmino.
Star signing Mohamed Salah stepped up and saw his effort beaten away by Jonas Lossl - take a look:
It saw Kopites dash to Twitter in anger and they all made the exact same point.
Salah has been in great form this season but whatever happened to James Milner? The Englishman was on the pitch at the time and scored six out of seven attempts last campaign.
Check out the reaction:
It's worth nothing that Roberto Firmino has also taken penalties this season and was another option for Klopp, yet he stayed true to his record signing.
At the time of writing, Daniel Sturbridge has spared his teammate's blushes.
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