Klopp makes positive claim ahead of PSG clash amid Red Star lost


Jurgen Klopp has said Liverpool will improve when the travel to face Paris Saint-Germain in their next Champions League game

Liverpool witnessed their second Champions League defeat in four group games at the Marakana after Milan Pavkov’s first-half brace secured a victorious night for Red Star Belgrade.

Liverpool were well below par and wasted a string of chances, including an effort that Daniel Sturridge skied over the bar from six yards out at 0-0. They hit the woodwork twice in the second half and ended with 72 per-cent of possession without scoring.

Napoli’s 1-1 draw with PSG in the other Group C game meanwhile sees the Italian outfit move ahead of Liverpool into first place.

But Klopp has promised his side will improve when they travel to France to take on PSG on the 28th of November at the Pac des Prince.

He explained: “It made sense to make a few changes, a few we had to make and a few we wanted to. 

"In the end, it’s easy to say it didn’t work out. 

"Of course, we need to make sure it will not happen again otherwise it will be difficult because the next game is already an away game again and the last one is a very difficult home game against Napoli. 

"We have to make sure in Paris we do better. There were a lot of moments when we could get in control of the game and we didn't do it, we made the wrong decisions. 

"I don’t think that's anything to do with [playing] away or home, it just happened. 

"We will talk about that and will do it better 100 per cent, but for tonight we can’t change it anymore, unfortunately.

The Reds can only progress to the next round of this term Champions League if they can beat PSG in France or by beating Napoli with two goals in their final group game at Anfield.

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