"Obviously we have to look at that side of it as well".
Rodgers, that authorized Ings on a cost-free transfer from Burnley in the summer season of 2015 throughout his time as Liverpool manager, saw the 27- year-old sink the Foxes at the King Power Stadium on Saturday with an 81 st-minute victor in a 2-1 triumph.
The in-form Ings, who had missed a slew of chances earlier in the match, struck the victor - his 14th league goal of the campaign - in the 81st minute after collecting a through pass from substitute Che Adams.
"That for us was the lowest point of our careers, and certainly for the club, so to overturn that with a win was massive".More news: Turkish, German leaders hold phone talks on Libya
"If you concede the first goal against a team who has scored nine against you, you have to be mentally strong to respond. We have smiles on our faces, we are getting back to enjoying football".
When the October 25th hammering flashbacks penetrated the heads of the Saints players, they were eliminated five minutes later when Armstrong equalized, somewhat accidentally when his hair curler left foot out of range caused a nasty distraction from James Maddison's back completely deceived flattery.
Southampton were given a second-half penalty when Caglar Soyuncu brought down Shane Long in the box, but VAR deemed that he was marginally offside in the build-up and also rescinded the yellow card issued to the Leicester defender.
Hasenhuettl hailed his team's "best away performance" of the season so far.More news: Tough love for Amazon's Bezos in India
"It was a very important game".
"But we wanted to show everybody watching us that we can do much better, and what this team has changed since then".
The 9-0 game identified Leicester as a real threat for a finish in the Champions League qualification positions, and Brendan Rodgers' side remains in second place, though could get overtaken by Manchester City on Sunday when the champion visits Aston Villa. "So, that gave us the lead in the game, but we weren't really ever in control of the game and that was a disappointment".
"We were just not quite at our best today", Rodgers told BBC's MOTD. Normally we are good defensively.More news: Ireland surprises West Indies at T20I opening
"He's done more than enough already, not just for his goals, but the way he is working without the ball as well".