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At times we've dug out results, in the Premier League more so this season. Last season's Champions League finalists must now attempt to pick up points from their upcoming fixtures against Paris Saint-Germain and Napoli to avoid an embarrassing group-stage exit.

"The gaffer, win or lose, he always speaks more the day after the game because that's when he can clear his head and that's where he gets the best out of us, where he can talk from his thoughts", said defender Andy Robertson.

"All over the field, we didn't win the ball back well enough and the passing wasn't good enough", Milner, who captained the Reds at the Stadion Rajko Mitić, added.

"I'm of the belief you start with your strongest team, get the game won and then get off the players you want to rest".

Klopp's decision to introduce Daniel Sturridge, Adam Lallana and Joël Matip into the starting lineup against Red Star arguably contributed to the disjointed display but Robertson denies Liverpool's focus has wavered outside the Premier League.

"We knew [about the atmosphere]", he said. This is football. There are players waiting for their chance, and they have all my confidence as well'. I think they are learning about this.

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They got a hard group stage draw when PSG and Napoli came out of the hat with them but they continued their excellent European form with an opening round win against the Ligue 1 champions to put themselves in pole position. "It's a tight group and it'll go right to the wire", the left-back said.

Mohamed Salah might have hit the post late on but it was a rare big chance in a game which really exposed Liverpool's need to sign a top class creative midfielder in January to have any chance of winning silverware this season.

"The first two away we played with 10 players and nearly won".

Everton manager Marco Silva on his side's away form: "I don't have doubts that we will improve to the end of the season".

"Napoli came here and found it tough as well, so it's a tough place to come, but we expected that".

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