Liverpool's 1-0 defeat to Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea now means they have lost five home games in a row for the first time in the club's history.
Mason Mount's first-half goal was enough to secure three points for Jurgen Klopp's opposite number.
Chelsea thought they were in front after 25 minutes when Timo Werner poked home pouncing on a bit of hesitancy from Alisson, only to be ruled out by VAR.
Speaking after the match, Jurgen Klopp addressed comments regarding the side's recent form at Anfield. "Unfortunately, we cannot say it is only at home."
"It is not about Anfield or whatever, it is in general, too often.
"In the decisive moments, we have to improve. We have to show our quality in these moments and we don't do that often enough."
If the Reds want any chance of securing a coveted top-four finish, they must re-establish Anfield as a fortress. As we approach the business end of the season, the last thing Klopp wants is to lose touch with the rest of the pack.
Liverpool will have an opportunity to rectify their dire home form when they host Fulham this weekend.
Can the Reds win at Anfield for the first time in nearly three months; or will the losing run continue?