"We believe at Anfield that we can create special nights and we will need our fans and need everyone behind us, and if we can create a special atmosphere then I'm sure the players will react and hopefully we can get the result we deserve".
"It was clever of PSG, of Neymar - especially him - but a lot of players went down like it was serious and we were not that calm".
"For me it's a red card".
Liverpool will look to bounce back from defeat in Paris when they clash with Merseyside rivals Everton in the Premier League on Sunday.
"I don't think that's crossed anyone's mind to be honest", Milner insisted.
Klopp singled out Neymar as the biggest culprit as Liverpool received six bookings in a 2-1 defeat, suggesting Polish referee Szymon Marciniak should have taken sterner action.
Neymar was the chief culprit in the Parc des Princes as while the Brazil worldwide produced some classy moments, including starting and ending the counter-attack which resulted in PSG taking a 2-0 lead, he dedicated far more time to throwing himself to the ground and rolling around. "In 2005 we had to beat Olympiacos by two goals, we won 3-1 and we did okay in 2005".
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His antics did not go down well with Carragher who was summarising on the game in Paris for Via Sport.
PSG players celebrate the win over Liverpool.
Warnock said of a supposed long-ball approach from the Reds: "Instead of the dynamic and intricate inter-play we saw from them last season, when they were trying to find the front three with 10 or 15-yard passes, they are playing balls up to them from 30 or 35 yards instead".
Klopp moaned: "If you act like you die and the next moment you get up again, you give a yellow card".
PSG had been desperate to get Neymar and Kylian Mbappe back fit for this game after both had picked up injuries on global duty last week. "I am sure we will have another special night", Robertson said of the December 11 meeting with Napoli.
The official also appeared to be persuaded to give a penalty to Liverpool - converted by James Milner - after seemingly initially gesturing for a corner when Angel Di Maria brought down Sadio Mane in the box.
"Sometimes they get hit and they will go down and sometimes I think it's too easy and I'm getting so frustrated".