Kolo Toure has apologised for his calamitous mistake during Liverpool's 1-1 draw with West Brom yesterday.

Brendan Rodgers' men led at the Hawthorns thanks to Daniel Sturridge's first-half strike but Toure gifted Victor Anichebe with the opportunity to draw the hosts level late on.

And while boss Brendan Rodgers refused to criticise him, the experienced defender took complete blame for the blunder.

The Ivorian told the Liverpool Echo: "It was a terrible pass by me. You have to make the right decisions and today I took a bad decision.

"It was my call. I should have passed to one of our players but instead I passed it straight to the striker.

"I'm disappointed for me and the team. It's hard to take, especially for me, because we played well.

"It's difficult to say what we have been talking about in the dressing room but the manager knows how disappointed I am."

The draw against West Brom kept Liverpool in fourth, although the gap ahead of Merseyside rivals Everton is back to just two points.