Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has called on his players to be more decisive in the final third if they are to solve their goalscoring issues.
The Reds drew another blank against Stoke on Saturday to register their seventh draw in 11 games at Anfield. They have scored only 24 goals in 21 league matches and without the creativity and attacking spark of Luis Suarez, who is halfway through an eight-match ban, they have looked well short up front.
"Deliveries into the box have got to be a lot better than what they were and we have to be more decisive when we get up there," said the Reds boss. "We had plenty of possession but there was nothing to finish it."
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