Liverpool fans took to Twitter to convey their outrage and disgust at their team's loss to Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium on Monday night.
It was little over a week ago Liverpool ended Manchester City's unbeaten run in a thrilling contest at Anfield.
The Reds dispatched the Premier League leaders in style, so a trip to rock bottom Swansea would be relatively standard, right?
Wrong. Juergen Klopp's side looked lethargic and blunt going forward and an Alfie Mawson goal meant the Welsh side took all three points against the run of play.
Weirdly, Liverpool cruised to a resounding win the last time the sides met on Boxing Day, but missed the opportunity to go third on this occasion, as Swansea's excellent defending proved too much.
The disappointing result gave rise to why the Merseyside club had not properly invested in January, following the big-money sale of Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona.
Here are some of the best reactions from Liverpool fans on Twitter, though 'meltdowns' would be a more apt description.
I just can’t believe that we did that. Well I can. We’re Liverpool. But to lose to Swansea whilst we’re looking like one of the top teams around is, typically, embarrassing.— Luke Robertson (@lukelfc1995) January 22, 2018
Endorsing myself helps numb the pain.
Beating leaders Manchester City and dropping points to bottom-placed Swansea straight after is just peak Liverpool.— Kevin Michael McGuinness (@Guinnesszoon) January 22, 2018
Well first of all credit to Swansea, carried out their game plan to perfection and got a huge win.— Levi (Tottenham Fan) (@TheAlonsoRole) January 22, 2018
As for Liverpool, sloppy, lethargic arrogant performance expecting to just turn up and win. Let’s hope it’s a one off and a realty check after the good run.
18 games unbeaten. 18 GAMES! And then we lose to Swansea of all sides. Only Liverpool.— Krissss (@KrissDZN) January 22, 2018
Swansea City is a harder opponent for us than the unstoppable Manchester City. I'm not even joking, this is tedious.— Brad (@_bradlfc) January 22, 2018
Georgino Wijnaldum got his fair amount of criticism.
Wijnaldum should be left back in Liverpool if the game is away from home, all he does is recycle possession against teams where we don’t need to.— Demetri (@DemetriSmith_) January 22, 2018
Matip and Van Dijk have provided so much more creativity than Wijnaldum which is a huge problem.— LFC Fans Corner (@LFCFansCorner) January 22, 2018
This summed the night up perfectly.