Defender Daniel Agger insists no radical changes are required in order to solve Liverpool's goalscoring problems.
A sixth home draw against the Barclays Premier League's bottom side Blackburn means the Reds have dropped 12 points from a possible 27 at Anfield. They have also scored only 21 goals in 18 league matches and Monday's match followed an all-too-familiar pattern as Kenny Dalglish's side dominated and created a number of chances but failed to take advantage.
"It would be a problem if we were not creating chances but when we are creating then you can't complain," said Agger. "But when you don't take your chances, you don't win football games."
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