I thought we actually played reasonably well, apart from (1) putting away the chances. (2) Decision making - especially trying to play a through ball when there is no obvious opening or trying to do everything on their own when there is a better option.
Lets face it all these sides - WBA, Sunderland, the next ones being Norwich and Stoke, they are taking points from off by being defensively organized, knowing fully well that we have problems breaking them down and then hitting us on the break or through set pieces. When all these sides go all defensive, they are obviously not going to let us play through balls easily. We probably need to do what Rodgers suggests move them around, probe, be patient, wait for their formation and structure to break and then strike .... either that or let them come at us and then counterattack, when they need time to reorganize into a defensive formation. Yesterday, some of that was in evidence, but there is still improvement to be made, there are still players trying to force a through pass, when the chances of pulling that pass off were really small..