Klopp let rip after watching his side fail to get even one shot on target during the opening 45 minutes with the home side taking the lead just before the break.
And afterwards the visibly upset German was in no mood to defend his out-of-sorts team, admitting they deserved all the flak they get.
“Putting ourselves under pressure is a hobby of ours and now we have to show a reaction,” said Klopp, whose side have endured their worst league start to a calendar year since 1954.
“We have to find an answer after a defeat that really hurts – not just me but the players too.”
The German spent yesterday analysing the mechanics behind Liverpool’s latest breakdown.
Jurgen Klopp was furious with Liverpool after the defeat to Hull
Liverpool have won just once in their last 10 games in all competitions
“You cannot believe how many questions I ask myself, even when we win five or six nil,” said Klopp, clearly stung by the manner of his side’s defeat by a revitalised Hull side.
“I don’t think I’m perfect and things like this don’t change that. I feel 100 per cent responsible for defeats much more than I feel for wins.
“That doesn’t mean it’s for me to have self-pity. When I get up tomorrow, I will only be solution-orientated because there are solutions, 100 per cent.
“Now we have to change it. Even though at this moment, it feels really bad, it’s not the biggest problem in the world.
“Many teams have already made mistakes and changed things and I am confident we can do the right things.”
At least it’s Tottenham next for Liverpool and not opponents scrapping for their lives at the foot of the table. Unbeaten against the elite, Liverpool have been unbelievably bad when they’re up against teams with the desire, passion, commitment and organisational skills Marco Silva has instilled into his toothed-up Tigers.
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Is it an attitude problem? Klopp doesn’t think so, but can’t blame those who think it is.
Simon Mignolet may be the fall guy after presenting his former Sunderland team-mate Alfred N’Daiye with the opportunity to score his first goal in English football.
But this was as much about Adam Lallana’s first-half vanishing act, Roberto Firmino’s non-appearance and Coutinho’s descent into mediocrity.
Liverpool did lay siege to the Hull goal for 20 minutes after the restart but this served only to highlight the intensity and conviction of the hosts’ defending and the sterility of their own game.
Italian Andre Ranocchia, drafted in half-an-hour before kick-off when Michael Dawson took a knock while warming up, was magnificent at the back, though the former Inter Milan defender will be wondering what all the fuss is about if Liverpool are among the best English football has to offer.
Simon Mignolet came under-fire for his role in Hull's opener
It summed up Liverpool’s day when a player with an Everton reject tag imprinted on him sealed a richly deserved Hull win.
Oumar Niasse wasn’t even handed a squad number by Ronald Koeman last summer but the £13.5m misfit from Lokomotiv Moscow has now scored twice for his loan club.
“It is not just one goal, I have to prove myself in the Premier League,” said Niasse, who was subjected to a tirade of abuse on social media after a poor first season at Goodison Park.
“You have people who don’t love you and people who don’t know football. The most important are people who know their football and you listen to them.”
Niasse has found a friend in Silva. “He believes in himself and he gives that belief to his players,” said the Senegal forward. “He has given everyone confidence.”
Silva insists he is no miracle worker. Try telling that to his growing army of believers on Humberside.