Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp unhappy with PSG behaviour in Champions League loss

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Jurgen Klopp was Sad with how some PSG players behaved during their Champions League clash with Liverpool, asserting they made the Reds resemble "butchers". 

Clean referee Szymon Marciniak showed eight yellow cards during the game - 6 for Liverpool players - in a match covered with fouls and free-kicks on the two sides. 

 

Klopp was left frustratedwith how PSG acted as the Reds tumbled to a 2-1 crush -blaming them of unsportsmanlike behaviour - but says his Liverpool side need to remain calm in those circumstances. 

"On the off chance that you demonstration like you pass on and the following minute you get up once more, you give a yellow card. It isn't sportsmanlike conduct," he said.

"At last, it is tumultuous constantly, everybody is going down and it isn't football any longer. It was a vital diversion and everyone endeavors to do it like they need to. I would prefer not to state Paris didn't merit it since they scored two and we scored one. 

"I never expect assistance from a ref, however quiet every one of these things down. It doesn't occur that frequently to be 100 percent legitimate, yet it happened this evening and we were not quiet enough. 

"I realize it is extremely hard to remain quiet in that circumstance and even Joe Gomez got a yellow card. He is the most delightful kid on this planet yet he was near getting red and you thought they were all in peril and that made it very troublesome. However, we lost since they scored two and we scored one and we didn't play all around ok.

"We pursued the amusement with a great deal of energy however Paris were extremely enthusiastic too yet with the quantity of intrusions in the diversion, it was simply not cool. Multiple times consecutively, we won the reasonable play table in England and today around evening time, we look like butchers when you take a gander at the yellow cards that we had. 

"It was cunning of PSG. Neymar and a great deal of different players went down like it was truly something genuine and clearly we were not excessively quiet any longer - it makes you forceful. 

"Lamentably, negative hostility doesn't help in football. That is work for us to manage and if the ref gives that a chance to occur, you need to manage it as a group." 

Liverpool should now beat Napoli in their last Champions League diversion by a 1-0 scoreline or by two clear goals, and Klopp needs the Anfield group to assist them with another uncommon European air. 

"We require Anfield again and we have to make a climate which is extremely exceptional," he included. 

"Napoli are an extremely solid side and they played here [at the Parc des Princes] well and against us, extremely well. We were not excessively great that night but rather they played extremely well.

"It's in 12 or 13 days so we have a couple of different amusements previously that yet we need to make an exceptional night of it on the off chance that we need to experience. On the off chance that we do that and win it, we merit it and in the event that we don't, we don't merit it. That is the means by which it is."

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