The Cameroonian inadvertently turned the ball into his own net in the sixth minute of stoppage time as he tried to clear a teasing cross from Pedro Porro. Endo, who came on as a second-half substitute after the Reds were down to nine men following Diogo Jota's red card, refused to blame Matip for the result, adding that the experienced defender actually played an 'amazing game'.
“At the end, a very tough game but there were 50-50 decisions in the game and yeah, it’s very difficult to play with nine players. But I wanted to get one point so I am very disappointed about it. I am just so proud of this team. I am just disappointed.
With Curtis Jones facing a three-match ban following his straight card against Tottenham, Endo could be in line for a start when the Reds travel to the Amex Stadium to take on Brighton & Hove Albion in the Premier League next weekend. The Japanese midfielder is also expected to feature in the UEFA Europa League in midweek as Jurgen Klopp's side prepare to welcome Belgian Pro League side Union Saint-Gilloise at Anfield.