Carra remains confident
By Al Campbell
Updated Tuesday, 21st September 2010
Jamie Carragher is still confident the Reds can have a decent season.
Sunday's defeat to Man Utd was disappointing but the defender believes Liverpool can take heart from their second half display which will stand them in good stead for the rest of the season.
"Any time you lose a big game, you are always bitterly disappointed," said Carragher.
"To come back from two goals down was a fantastic effort from the lads but I thought we did well for the 90 minutes.
"We were not really asked too many questions and there are not too many teams who can say that after going to Old Trafford.
"If you look at the goals they scored, it was similar in a way to what happened at Manchester City.
"Pepe [Reina] hasn't really had a lot to do yet we have still ended up conceding three times.
"The first was poor from a set piece, you have to hold your hands up and say the second from Berbatov was world class; he is capable of that.
"But for the third, I was really disappointed with myself. I should have done better with the challenge on him. It's the small details that count and it's so frustrating that [United] have been able to get the win.
"It's a funny situation, really. Last week, we were not happy with the performance at Birmingham but came away with a point; this week we're happy enough with the performance but have come away with nothing."