No one likes to lose and we can debate the whys and hows forever but now is the time to put the Liverpool game to bed and move on to the next game.
That next game is against our bitter rivals Tottenham next Sunday at the Emirates and if you think you feel bad losing away at the European champions, imagine how you will feel if we lose at home to them.
Tottenham will be wounded following their surprising home loss to Newcastle United and we already know they are a very good team so have no doubt that they will pose a huge danger for sure.
But they do not do well against us on our own ground and the form beforehand for the respective teams is kind of thrown out of the window.
The pressure is on Unai Emery to get his team selection, tactics and in-play management correct because the jury is definitely out on whether he got any of that right last Saturday evening.
The same applies to David Luiz, he can ill afford another bad game, especially against Spurs.
In fact, there are quite a few players that need to up their game and if there was ever a game to do that in, it is against Tottenham.