Former Liverpool winger Jermaine Pennant has been left ‘raging’ at how Jurgen Klopp’s side are finishing their season.

The Reds were beaten 2-1 by Arsenal on Thursday after uncharacteristic mistakes from Alisson and Virgil van Dijk, ending their chance of equaling Manchester City’s 100-point tally.

And Pennant says his former side should have been motivated to make history.

“Look, if we had got beat, I’d have accepted it,” Pennant told talkSPORT.

“Fair enough, we’ve gone to Arsenal and we lost. But they didn’t beat us, we handed it to them on a platter.

“They had three shots on our goal and scored two, we had 24 attempts and scored one.

“I’m raging. It’s about making more history.

“I get it, 30 years not winning the league and now we’ve won it, but what, then we get complacent?

“Let’s go on to win a bit more, let’s be a great team like Man City have been over the last two years.

“They’ve won the league and everyone’s human so they feel they’ve got nothing to play for now.

“But it’s like, subconsciously, they’re in holiday mode and they’ve just come off the boil a little bit, but they should keep going.

“We’ve won the league and we haven’t really been allowed to celebrate it properly so why not create a little bit more?”