Ings had a penalty shout turned down after the break when Craig Dawson stepped across him to prevent him reaching Joe Gomez's pass.
"Last season I had it where I thought "it might not be our day today" but there has not been a game this season I thought we were going to lose". And the Liverpool manager looked annoyed as he had a lengthy discussion with his central defender. If you're like West Brom, the ball constantly in the air, you don't need a wet pitch.
It's not easy for me, I love the club, love the city, and I know they love me, so it's not going to be easy for me. "They scored a second and now we have to take it".
"We need to keep doing what we did in the last games, recover and focus on Roma now".
"I wasn't happy with the draw, because in my view Liverpool were the toughest team out of the three", Nainggolan told Belgian publication HLN (transcripts via Liverpool Echo). He has failed to hit the ground at present since joining the club, but comes off the bench and is becoming an impact player, hence his seven goals all campaign.
"That's how it is and we have to deal with that". He could be a risky card in Roma's pack coming off the bench against the Reds.More news: Former FBI director James Comey promotes new book at Revolution Hall
"It was a hard game as the pitch got drier and drier", he said. Nobody can stay on their feet in that situation.
"We have a maximum of six games left, a couple of friendlies with the national team and then rest for four weeks and start again". Then it's fine at the end because we win here 3-0, 3-1.
On whether the method of the Baggies goals will give Roma inspiration he added: "They have set-pieces as well but they don't play only set-pieces". I thought 'maybe I'm not coming back.' People told me I wouldn't play at the highest level anymore.
However, it was harsh on Ings who looked set to enjoy a day to remember after a hard period since moving to Anfield from Burnley, with two serious knee injuries restricting him to just 11 appearances for the club in his first two seasons.
Klopp insisted he was always confident Salah would do well at Anfield and when asked if he considered his signing a snip, he replied: "Is it a bargain?"
"Scored the second, all good so far". I'm not in a mood to talk about positive things.