Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says there's no positives to address after tonight's Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid.
The Reds lost 3-1 in Kiev, with goalkeeper Loris Karius at fault for the two goals.
A downbeat Klopp conceded: "The plan is only to play to win, nothing else, not a lot to say.
We started well and played exactly like we wanted to. "The situation with Sergio Ramos [and Mohamed Salah] looked really bad and it was a shock for the team, we lost the positive momentum and they immediately came up.
"We dropped deep and we could not get to Luka Modric or Toni Kroos.
We had to run and work, we did that and half-time came.
What can I say about the goals? We scored one, they scored three." On the injured Mohamed Salah, Klopp admits his World Cup is in jeopardy.
"Yes, unbelievable. It is very serious, it is with his shoulder.
"He would have tried to play on [if he could have] but I have not seen him. He is possibly in hospital for an X-ray. It does not look good."