I thought we had played well enough to be a goal up at half-time. We always knew Liverpool would come out, they were a goal down in a semi-final, so they were always going to but I thought we had weathered it and were just beginning to get back in the game but obviously we made the mistake and it gave Liverpool more impetus.
There was very little between the teams. It was mistakes that changed the day. The second one as well, it is a poor, poor decision and because of that we concede the goal. Up to that the game had been very tight and there was very little between the teams. There were defining moments and they were there for all to see. They had the chance when Carroll should score at the back post but on the whole when they put the ball up to Carroll and Suarez we did well and were on top of that.