Liverpool won 3-2 away to Queens Park Rangers on Sunday.
Simon Mignolet (@SMignolet) October 19, 2014
Liverpool and Queens Park Rangers were involved in a quite spectacular match at Loftus Road on Sunday afternoon, with four goals in the last eight minutes ensuring the Reds won 3-2.
Two own-goals from the hosts and a strike from substitute Philippe Coutinho meant that Eduardo Vargas's fine brace was ultimately rendered meaningless; but there were still reasons for Liverpool to be disappointed with their performance and plenty for manager Brendan Rodgers to work on in the weeks ahead.
Questions will be asked (again) of Mario Balotelli's performance, with the Italian inexplicably blazing over the bar when it looked impossible not to score. But the Reds did at least win and two of their players took to Twitter after the match to send messages to their fans.
Defender Jose Enrique tweeted, "Not very good performance by the team but we will improve from it. The most important thing (is) we got the three points."
Goalkeeper Simon Mignolet thanked the fans for their ongoing support, but he will be disappointed to have shipped two more goals in such quick succession.
Not very good performance by the team but we will improve from it.the most important thing we got the 3 points.— José enrique (@Jesanchez3) October 19, 2014