'I'm not concerned, we've played pretty well this season.
Much has been made of PSG's domestic form compared to their performances in Europe, however Thomas Tuchel's side gave a mature performance against Liverpool when the pressure was really on, meaning they now control their own fate in the Champions League. It was frustrating. But when you play against PSG you know it's something you're going to come up against especially with him [Neymar].
Liverpool's defeat in Paris, their third successive loss away from Anfield in Group C, has left Klopp's team needing to beat Napoli at home next month by at least two goals to be certain of qualification for the round-of-16.
"It leaves a sour taste in the mouth and I have no sympathy for the PSG players if Klopp is frustrated with them, that's understandable". How many yellow cards did we have?
"I know that now the main headline will be "Klopp said" but the number of interruptions in that game was just not cool".
Van Dijk echoed Jürgen Klopp's view that gamesmanship from PSG players, who frequently went to ground claiming injury during their 2-1 victory, increased Liverpool's frustration in Paris. It doesn't happen that often to be 100% honest, but it happened tonight and we were not calm enough.More news: U.S. may eliminate electric auto subsidies for GM
Not for the first time, Neymar was rolling around on the pitch, to the clear annoyance of the visitors.
"It's hard. We lost the game because we were not 100 percent and not outstandingly good".
Liverpool possess two rising stars in Joe Gomez and Trent Alexander-Arnold, but they have both struggled while playing at right-back in the Champions League this season. The referee did not initially give a penalty but then rightly changed his mind, and Milner beat Gianluigi Buffon from 12 yards.
"At this moment in time we're just focused on getting through the group". With Neymar it was even in the first half.
James Milner pulled one back for Liverpool from the penalty spot after Angel di Maria had fouled Sadio Mane, but Klopp's team could not find a second after the break with their forward line of Mane, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino unusually ineffective. "We had five minutes overtime, we suffered a lot of fouls", said the German.
Milner admitted: "To have the last game at home, if you don't get the win you don't deserve to go through".