“Millie with a really, really good performance, especially physically, and scored that one.
“Always when Naby had the ball, at least something changed a little bit. We wanted to have positions to involve the players.
“To be honest, I don’t blame anybody or criticise – I would if there would be something to criticise.
“But we all know Shaq can play much better – turn in situations, get the ball and be a bit more decisive. The only ones who really tried to do something was Millie with runs in behind and Naby with the ball.
“Hendo [Jordan Henderson] shouldn’t be involved in that – he had to protect all the runners. So Naby made all the difference in a lot of moments.