Rovers went down 3-2 thanks to an injury time goal from Andy Carroll of all people, Kean felt that the goal should not have stood because of a foul on Grant Hanley in the box.
That may be true but it doesn’t explain why there were missed chances and a missed penalty, even though the first choice keeper for the night had been sent off.
No us Kean blaming the referee, he only has himself to blame.
"You can't afford to miss penalties but when we got the second one and we scored for the equaliser I thought it was all us and we were chasing the third goal,"said Kean.
"The only way Liverpool were going to get something was on the break or a set-play and we needed that whistle or flag to go up for a blatant foul."