Published: Fri, November 09, 2018
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Liverpool need to rediscover spark, says Andy Robertson

Liverpool need to rediscover spark, says Andy Robertson

After that, they face Napoli at Anfield in what could be the decider for Champions League qualification.

With any bad result there is a mixture of negative emotions; disappointment, frustration, anger and hopelessness.

Daniel Sturridge, who started up front in place of Roberto Firmino, sidefooted over the bar from close range in the first half and Mohamed Salah saw his shot strike the post after halftime.

Jurgen Klopp will have made it crystal clear to his players that performances like the one produced against Red Star Belgrade on Tuesday night are simply unacceptable. They were overrun and bullied by their Serbian opponents.

The next assignment is away at Paris Saint-Germain on November 28 but Liverpool could still make the last 16 even if they lose in the Parc des Princes. It can't be many. We never came back into situations.

The English club have now lost both of their away games in the group stage, having been beaten 1-0 at Napoli last month.

"I don't say it is already serious if you lose twice but we have to make sure it will not not happen again as the next game is an away game [against Paris St Germain] before a very hard home game against Napoli". They scored with a header after the corner and the second goal was out of the blue.

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"They nearly suit them, they come out to play, Liverpool can nick the ball back in unsafe areas and go and attack".

"It's still in our hands and if we win our next two games we go through, but it was a great opportunity missed for us".

Dejan Lovren and Naby Keita have made the travelling party and the former is in line to start while the latter could get a few minutes off the bench in the second half.

The 24-year-old forward was thrilled with the success, which has suddenly boosted Red Star's chances in Group C, and said it would be tough to put behind him quickly.

"I think the chances just aren't going in for us", Milner told BT Sport.

"If - big if - we had scored early the game would have changed but we didn't". In the end, it's easy to say it didn't work out. "We're still confident we'll get through but we need to prove that now".

"I think if anyone is to blame it's van Dijk". It is not what we wanted and we will go for the other two games 100 per cent.

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