The USA international is, however, well aware, that two England internationals - Michael Owen and Emile Heskey - coming back into form were given clear scoring chances from within the six yard box.
"No, not a whole lot," commented Kasey on the scoreline reflecting the play. "But they were not going to miss the first two and, with the third, he could have either struck it past me or played in Owen.
"It was a shame that it all turned out that way - especially after the first 50 minutes. Even at 1-1 it could have gone a little bit different, but we seem to be catching the wrong end of things at the minute."
Kasey reasons that the way to set about reversing misfortune is to remove unfortunate incidents from the overall picture and work hard to restore positive results.
"Just pure hard work I think and a determination for everyone to work for each other. You are going to go through spells when the bounces and calls go your way - but you have to do the best you can to take that out of the equation.
"It's always going to happen, you're going to get deflections, you're going to get offside decisions go for or against you. Lapses you can get away with when you are going through a different sort of run."
Kasey Keller feels the scoreline against Liverpool did not entirely reflect the overall balance of play.