Steve McManaman fears Liverpool have missed a golden opportunity to stamp their authority on their Champions League group after limping to a shock loss against Red Star Belgrade. Klopp said the team "lost its mojo" in Serbia.
"It was very hard to be risky, but we were better in the first 25 minutes of the second half". They last played in the European Cup in 1991 as holders, when beating the likes of Liverpool would not have been regarded as such a surprise.
"I think it's one of those periods we need to get through", added the Scotland captain.
"We need to win our games, it's on our shoulders.it's in our hands but we will have to play better than we did tonight".
"Last season everyone was used to us scoring four or five goals", Robertson told British media.
"The gaffer, win or lose, he always speaks more the day after the game because that's when he can clear his head and that's where he gets the best out of us, where he can talk from his thoughts", said defender Andy Robertson.
Yes, Liverpool had the vast majority of possession and territory in the second half of the game, but in truth they rarely threatened bar a half chance here and there.
Jos3 (@Joe_kop) in his reaction after the game said that: "Lallana is pure garbage".
"Napoli came here and found it tough as well, so it's a tough place to come, but we expected that".
"We can perform a lot better than the two [away] games we've had, they've been off days and we need to look at that, of course we do". You don't forget about these results quickly and that's what happens. It's tight and it'll go right to the wire.
'The real Michael is what we are seeing now and I think he can keep improving, because he has conditions to improve'.