Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez blamed a "crazy" second half after his team dropped more Premier League points with a 1-1 draw against Wigan.
Mido's late penalty saw Liverpool fall to third in the table and further dented their title hopes.
"I prefer not to say too much but I am not happy with a lot of things," said Benitez, whose team have drawn their last three league games.
"The second half was crazy and when it is crazy you cannot control things."
Steven Gerrard had to deal with the attentions of Wigan's Michael Brown
Benitez did not expand on what he meant by "crazy", and refused to say whether his opinion was linked to several physical challenges on Steven Gerrard by Wigan midfielder Michael Brown.
"I am disappointed with a number of things but no, the Wigan approach I will not talk about them," he added.
"It has happened in the last three games. They have something in common I don't like. I know why but I cannot say anything."
Prior to Wednesday's match at the JJB Stadium, Liverpool's previous two games were against rivals Everton and both finished 1-1.
Liverpool's latest result is their third consecutive draw in the league, and the Reds have not won a game since Benitez's outburst about title rivals Manchester United and their manager Sir Alex Ferguson at a news conference.
Yossi Benayoun had given Liverpool a first-half lead against Wigan with a brilliant finish from a tight angle - and it looked as though it would be enough to move the Reds level on points with United at the top of the table.
But Mido struck from the penalty spot on 83 minutes after Lucas Leiva had brought down Jason Koumas in the box.
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