Former Liverpool boss Roy Evans feels the Reds have a problem when it comes to being effective from corners.
Liverpool were dominant against Plymouth Argyle in an FA Cup tie at Anfield on Sunday afternoon, but the League Two side stood firm and recorded a famous 0-0 draw, setting up a replay against the Premier League giants.
Jurgen Klopp, who made wholesale changes to his team, saw Liverpool finish having had an astonishing 18 corners to Plymouth's zero.
And Evans thinks Liverpool are generally ineffective from corners.
"It's not just today's game. I don't think we do brilliantly from corners anyway", Evans explained on LFC TV.
"We don't tend to score a lot of goals from them."
He also noted that Liverpool were poor against Plymouth when it came to making their efforts on goal tell.
"Also, 28 attempts and only four on target. I'm not a stat manager, but at the end of the day that is a stat you would look at and think that needs to improve.
"If you are having that many shots on goal you need to have 50 or 60 per cent [on target]", the former Reds boss added.
Liverpool will now have to navigate a replay away at Plymouth if they are to progress to the fourth round of the FA Cup.
It remains to be seen whether Klopp will again choose to field a second string side against the League Two outfit.