"Probably with Chelsea for example, the opponent would not have the ball three times in the last 20 minutes I think," Klopp said, after the Reds dropped two points after letting slip a 2-1 lead over Bournemouth. "Yes, we don't have this experience. Probably you need things like last night to get more experience than this, even though it was not that good.
The draw sees Liverpool holding onto third place in the Premier League, but having played more games than both Manchester City and Arsenal below them.
On a positive note, Divock Origi looked in good form against Bournemouth, stepping in for the injured Sadio Mane who looks increasingly likely to miss the rest of the season with his knee injury.