Published: Fri, November 30, 2018
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

Jurgen Klopp faces Champions League ban after PSG loss

Jurgen Klopp faces Champions League ban after PSG loss

The referee did not initially give a penalty but then rightly changed his mind, and Milner beat Gianluigi Buffon from 12 yards. I don't know if there's any explanation for that right now because I can't think of one - otherwise we should have used it already.

However, Liverpool now need just a 1-0 win over the Serie A side to seal qualification alongside PSG, who would lead the group should they win over Red Star in their final match.

Neymar scored the decisive goal at the Parc des Princes to leave Liverpool needing a 1-0 win or a victory by two clear goals to qualify for the last 16.

There's every chance the former three time Champions League victor knows exactly what he's doing when he says their game on Monday will be more hard as he tries to make sure his players don't lose focus on the league game. I don't want to say Paris didn't deserve [to win], and I don't expect help from a referee, I just expect him to calm all these things down.

James Milner pulled one back for Liverpool from the penalty spot after Angel di Maria had fouled Sadio Mane, but Klopp's team could not find a second after the break with their forward line of Mane, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino unusually ineffective.

"When the game starts like that, it's quite hard to gain confidence always", he said. "It's down to us to continue our league form and bounce back".

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For all his rolling-around antics Neymar can turn it on in a flash and, having collected the ball 25 yards inside his own half, he shook off compatriot Roberto Firmino and exchanged passes with Mbappe before releasing his pacy team-mate down the left.

"Every time we made a foul they all came to the ref trying to get us a yellow card". "I'm not concerned. We've played pretty well this season. We are comfortable we can go and finish the job at home".

"I look like a bad loser, but I don't care", said Klopp.

"If you had said "You have to win your last home game to get through the group" I think everyone would have been fine with it".

"It isn't going to be easy, they (Napoli) are a very good team". I've never experienced it the other way around that the team goes to hurry that everyone has the chance to make an equaliser. At Red Star people said it was a poor result but I'd say it was more of a poor performance than a poor result, we didn't play well enough. But to have the last game at home, if you don't get the win, you don't deserve to go through.

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