Jurgen Klopp has claimed Liverpool were not at it from the first whistle
Liverpool were stunned by Wolves who took a 2-0 first-half lead at Anfield with goals from Richard Stearman and Andreas Weimann.
Jurgen Klopp chucked on his big guns in the second-half and Divock Origi pegged one back for the Reds.
But it was too little too late and Klopp's men found themselves dumped out of the FA Cup 2-1.
And Klopp has admitted his side were poor and he apologised for their first-half appearance.
"We started bad," Klopp said.
"It didn’t really get better. Everybody saw it. There's not a lot of good things to say today about this game.
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"It's difficult to explain.
I don’t have any more to say. Sorry
"Of course the start gave them immediately more confidence when we were not ready at that moment.
"We had the ball, gave it away, made a foul. It was a free-kick. I don’t have to see it again.
"We tried but it was not good enough in the first half.
"The second half we were better of course but we should be better. We should be better as it was nearly not possible (not to be). I don’t have any more to say. Sorry."