Rodgers: Liverpool miss Suarez and Sturridge
Brendan Rodgers concedes Liverpool are attempting to fight with the loss of Luis Suarez and the nonappearance of Daniel Sturridge.
Liverpool scored 101 objectives on their route to a second-put complete in the Premier League last season, with Suarez and Sturridge helping 52 of those.
Suarez has hence moved to La Liga titans Barcelona, while Sturridge has been limited to only three top-flight appearances because of harm.
Italy global Mario Balotelli was marked in the last exchange window to attempt to fill some piece of the void, yet will be yet to score in eight alliance matches.
A 1-0 misfortune at Newcastle United exacerbated Liverpool's hopelessness and they end up 12 focuses behind pioneers Chelsea after 10 matches.
Also Rodgers trusts it is not hard to stick point the motivation behind why.
"We have lost objectives," Rodgers said. "We scored 101 last year, yet take away almost 80 for every penny of that [suarez and Sturridge] and it can get to be difficult, nearby the presentation of heaps of new players.
"It is not rocket science."
While Liverpool may be attempting to rehash the kind of effect they made last term, Rodgers has promised to continue striving to discover the arrangement at Anfield.
"It has been a troublesome begin, not perfect," he included. "We can just keep on functioning admirably, that is everything you can do.
"In the event that you buckle down it provides for you additional certainty, and at last certainty will then bring you achievement. It is surely something we will strive towards.
"You're continually breaking down, yet I don't ponder stripping it down and beginning again with ourselves. However you have to discover the answers and that is my employment as administrator and mentor.