West Ham United goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski has accepted the blame for his side's defeat to Liverpool on Monday after he allowed a weak Mohamed Salah shot to sneak past him in the second half.
The Hammers were 2-1 up at the time of the mistake, with Sadio Mane sealing the 3-2 win for the Reds before full time.
Speaking after game, Fabianski said: "My mistake basically cost the team the three points. We did really well, we actually pushed Liverpool to the edge and I think if it was not for my mistake then we could have even won.
"I am really sorry that I let the team down. I held my hands up [in the dressing room] and I am really sorry for my efforts. I am the reason why we lost.
"I think the first goal and the second goal I should have done a lot better, because I was set, I was ready to react and my hands were there. For some reason I just misjudged it or maybe I was a bit relaxed in those situations, thinking that it was already caught or saved. It was me being a bit too relaxed, not being aggressive with making saves.
West Ham are still in the Premier League relegation zone as a result, one points adrift of Aston Villa in 17th.