Champions League: Red Star Belgrade upset Liverpool

Champions League: Red Star Belgrade upset Liverpool

Champions League: Red Star Belgrade upset Liverpool

Liverpool went into the match as the firm favourites to seal all three points - a win would have left them with one foot in the Champions League knockout stages - but found themselves 2-0 down inside the opening half-hour following a Milan Pavkov brace.

Liverpool would have been four points clear at the top - for at least a few hours - had they won, but their inability to do so means Napoli or Paris Saint-Germain can overtake them. "He needs two proper sessions for his fitness, which he will get at Melwood", Klopp said.

"We had the first big chance with Daniel (Sturridge), a very big one".

Back then, eastern European teams were genuine contenders for club football's biggest prize - Steaua Bucharest of Romania were European champions in 1986 - and Red Star had some of the world's best players like Robert Prosinecki and Dejan Savicevic.

As a result Firmino believes the Merseysiders are well placed to push City all the way as they seek a first league title since 1990.

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A loss to French champions PSG would leave them facing a nail-biting shoot-out with Napoli and Liverpool midfielder Lallana knows his team have no excuses for their predicament.

Klopp said Liverpool lost their mojo during the Group C reverse on Tuesday and sought answers from his players on their return to Melwood.

We need to come together as a team and try and get what the gaffer wants, try to get the spark and try to win games more comfortably.


"Red Star wanted to strike back, which they did". Four points from their last two games would be enough to guarantee the Reds' progress to the last 16.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has Alisson in goal, while in defence he opts for a centre-back pairing of Joel Matip and Virgil van Dijk.

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"The front three still aren't firing on all cylinders but they're still a handful, especially Sadio Mane".

"We were not surprised by Red Star's tactics".

"But I will have to sleep in the morning because we have an important game this weekend". Last season we were scoring a lot of goals and they were going in and now they're not.

The 24-year-old, whose career has stalled badly following his £20 million move to Anfield from Benfica in 2014, was caught liking a tweet celebrating Red Star's victory over Liverpool.

"We have to make sure it doesn't happen again".

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