Liverpool came from behind to snatch a late draw against Arsenal, but a series of missed chances meant the players weren’t satisfied with a point.
The Reds struggled to get out of the blocks and fell behind early, as Gabriel Martinelli and Gabriel Jesus fired the Gunners to a 2-0 lead.
In an otherwise excellent display from the defender, Ibrahima Konate described his late opportunity to clinch all three points as a “big moment” that “wouldn’t go in.”
It was the only blemish in an otherwise man-of-the-match showing from the 23-year-old, who praised the “great personality” Liverpool showed to come from behind.
Various other players took to Instagram post-match, including Konate’s centre-back partner Virgil van Dijk, who detailed the “rollercoaster season” the side are experiencing.
Jordan Henderson took the opportunity to honour the 97 victims of the Hillsborough disaster, sharing an image from the minute’s silence which took place prior to kickoff.
Despite the comeback, it was a frustrating afternoon for the Reds, who were left to bemoan a series of missed chances to take the spoils.
Salah missed a penalty shortly after the break and Aaron Ramsdale prevented a Darwin Nunez one-on-one from putting Liverpool level.