How Napoli could line up against Liverpool

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp during the press conference REUTERS  Ciro De Luca

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp during the press conference REUTERS Ciro De Luca

The fact that the former England worldwide grabbed his fourth goal of the season will make it harder for anyone else to get chance under Jurgen Klopp.

Klopp's side will now travel to Italy to take on Napoli in their second Champions League tie of the season, before facing Premier League leaders Manchester City in their final game before the latest worldwide break on Sunday.

The result helped Jurgen Klopp's men maintain their unbeaten start in the Premier League so far this season and the Liverpool custodian played a crucial role.

"We have a great squad, world-class players, and he's one of them", said Virgil van Dijk, whose own £75 million ($98 million) move from Southampton in January has transformed Liverpool's defence.

"I like Carlo, I respect him a lot", Klopp told reporters.

Liverpool are now leading their Champions League group after the 3-2 win over Paris Saint-Germain at Anfield on matchday one of the competition. "And as we say in Germany, he's obviously a smart fox", said Klopp.

"Thank God he is here", said Klopp after Sturridge's sensational dipping effort from outside the box secured a point at Stamford Bridge.

Klopp, who took charge of Liverpool in 2015 after seven years at Dortmund, also defended the Brazil No. 1 when he made an error that led directly to a goal at Leicester City last month in just his third appearance for the club.

"Because we all know what you all would make of all the things I could say about this". In fact, he even said 'bello, bravo.' At full-time, after [Ricardo] Zuniga's own goal, he bid farewell and left and I thought I'd never see him again, given the outcome. He's a fantastic guy, he was a world-class player and he's a world-class manager.

The Hungarian referee showed Arturo Vidal a controversial red card and then allowed two Real goals to stand despite replays showing both were offside.

"It was one of the better experiences I've had". "I heard he's still here, that's nice".

"In the PSG game, he gave the ball away and then they scored". "It's not too nice for the boys but good times for us".

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