By Amir Mir
Jordan Henderson has stated on Twitter that Liverpool were “unlucky not to get the three points” during their 2-2 draw against West Ham on Sunday afternoon at Anfield.
The Reds had taken the lead in the first half through Adam Lallana, but Hammers playmaker Dimitri Payet levelled the scores from a free kick, before Michail Antonio had given the away side the lead just before the break.
Striker Divock Origi punished Irons keeper Darren Randolph for his costly mistake in the second half as Jurgen Klopp’s side shared the spoils with the relegation strugglers.
Midfielder Henderson, who played the full match, posted this message on his personal Twitter account after the game.
— Jordan Henderson (@JHenderson) December 11, 2016
England international Henderson has played 17 Premier League and EFL Cup games for the Reds this season, scoring one goal and supplying four assists.
All of those goals and assists have come during his 15 league games this term, where he has been an influential figure in his sides title-chasing form.
The dropped points against Slaven Bilic’s side means Liverpool remain in third place in the Premier League table on 31 points from 15 games.
They are one point ahead of Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City in fourth and six points behind leaders Chelsea.
Klopp’s side will now travel to the north east to take on newly-promoted Middlesbrough on Wednesday night, before taking on Merseyside rivals Everton at Goodison Park on December 19.
In other Liverpool news, club legend Jamie Carragher has delivered a brutal assessment of Reds keeper Loris Karius.