James Milner confident Liverpool can 'finish the job' against Napoli at Anfield
30 November, 2018, 08:30 | Author: Drew Briggs
The Netherlands defender believes the difficulty of their group facing Paris St Germain, to whom they lost 2-1 in France on Wednesday, Napoli and Red Star Belgrade has nearly been forgotten in the clamour to highlight their European woes on the road.
There were six bookings for the visitors with Liverpool also dismayed that Marco Verratti was not sent off...
Di Maria needlessly brought down Sadio Mane just inside the area.
And Klopp could not contain his frustration after PSG left Liverpool on the brink of elimination from the Champions League at the group stage.
"It's another massive game and we can bounce back straight away". We still respect them how they are as players because they're world-class but it's not really necessary at times. "We didn't quite control our aggression". It doesn't happen that often to be 100% honest, but it happened tonight and we were not calm enough.
In different circumstances, Klopp would probably have preferred to go with Gomez alongside Virgil van Dijk in the centre of defence and Alexander-Arnold at right-back.
"I don't like this part of my job".
"Everyone has eyes and saw it and can write it but you tell me it is only a story if I say it?"
"There was a clear red card exactly in front of me from [Marco] Verratti".
Milner admitted: "To have the last game at home, if you don't get the win you don't deserve to go through".
"The penalty, I have no idea why it was a late decision".
"He didn't even whistle a foul".
Neymar's 14th goal of the season should have ensured a comfortable cushion for the hosts at the break, but Liverpool were gifted a route back into the game in first-half stoppage time.
Warnock believes a change in approach from Klopp is responsible for Liverpool's slight regression, with more emphasis being placed on defensive solidity than attacking flair.
"You think it's the other way around in a crucial match like that?" You don't have to commit a lot of fouls, especially if you are 1-0 down. You can give yellow cards for everything.
"At this moment in time we're just focused on getting through the group". It is not sportsman-like behaviour.
"In the end, it's hectic and everyone is going down".
"But it's a tight game in a very important competition".
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