Sam Allardyce believes Albion were on the wrong end of lady luck during his side's 2-1 defeat against Liverpool.
The Baggies boss questioned the foul which led to Liverpool's equaliser and then says Albion had a perfectly good goal disallowed with the scores level.
He said: “The biggest blow that we got was the second goal we scored being disallowed. I thought it was a perfectly good goal with no interference whatsoever. It needed to stay as a goal.
“The lad who scored the goal was miles onside and the lad who was offside was nowhere near the ball.
“I thought it should have been a drop-ball in the lead up to their first goal too, not a free-kick to Liverpool.
“I’m really disappointed.
“I have to be disappointed in us not marking the goalkeeper or not getting our head on the first contact from the corner.
“It was a terrific performance and a great effort. I’m so upset for the players in the dressing room.I wouldn’t have had to lift them up for Wednesday, but I feel like I have to now because of what has gone against them. I hope they stick with the same attitude and the same belief as they played with on Sunday."