Spurs don't want to follow Liverpool defeat


And Simeone says that the fans played a massive part in the team's result, starting from the pregame reception.

"At 1-0 I still think Liverpool have a great opportunity of going through".

But, there were those who were utterly dismayed by the performance, who were calling for Klopp's head, and in the absurd world we live in, even #KloppOut was trending. "Already in the first 30 minutes three of their players went to the ground, I don't know what for", Klopp told reporters.

"They got a result, the stadium wasn't here to see sensational football, they got the result and so they are happy".

If Alvaro Morata had not slipped at the crucial moment, Atleti might even have taken a two-goal lead to Anfield, where they can expect an onslaught next month.

For much of this campaign, Diego Simeone's men have looked nothing like the sides that reached the 2014 and 2016 Champions League finals and challenged Real Madrid and Barcelona's duopoly of La Liga.

"It was hard for the referee to deal with the atmosphere tonight", he added. It's not my best night, because we haven't won a trophy. "Then hopefully the Anfield noise can get behind us and guide us to victory".

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Meanwhile, Klopp is hoping for more Anfield magic after his holders were narrowly beaten in the first-leg tie.

"If we can create that kind of atmosphere, that might give the lads the extra boost we need".

"It's up to the fans and players to come together and hopefully we can do that".

"Fair play, they've won the game, but they've not won the tie yet".

Mane, who has been influential with his performances for The Reds, was given a yellow card in the first half for catching Atletico defender Sime Vrsaljko with a swinging but accidental arm.

Yes, it's shocking I know, but after 154 days of football, a Liverpool team managed by Jürgen Klopp has lost a game and the reaction has been well.slightly over the top. "I don't want to have this situation and that is why I took him off", Klopp added.

The match also saw Liverpool skipper Jordan Henderson being forced off through a hamstring injury in the 80th minute.