Neymar and Alves perform synchronised dance to celebrate win over Liverpool

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Neymar and Paris Saint-Germain beat Liverpool at Parc des Princes in the UEFA Champions League but the Brazilian made headlines for various reasons.

A 2-1 defeat for Jurgen Klopp's side left them needing a 1-0 win or victory by two clear goals against Group C leaders Napoli in the final match to reach the knockout rounds.

There are still frustrations though, from the entire Liverpool side about a subdued display in Paris, where they simply didn't get to grips with PSG. If we don't do that we don't deserve to be in the Champions League and we'll take whatever happens from there - Europa League or whatever.

"For me it's a red card".

But they were given a lifeline on the stroke of half-time when Mane robbed Marquinhos, who up to that point had been commanding, and was brought down just inside the penalty area by a lunging Di Maria.

"But the frustrating thing is how we conceded the goals and then it's always hard to come back". "But I saw the penalty".

There's every chance the former three time Champions League victor knows exactly what he's doing when he says their game on Monday will be more hard as he tries to make sure his players don't lose focus on the league game. It was not even a foul for him, unbelievable. "It was an important game for us", said Klopp.

"At this moment in time we're just focused on getting through the group".

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Liverpool are heading into a defining run of five games in the next 16 days which will have a huge impact on their campaign, starting with the Merseyside derby against an improving Everton at Anfield on Sunday.

"When the game starts like that, it's quite hard to gain confidence always", he said.

"I think it's going to be a good game, the atmosphere will be good and that will help", said Milner.

"The little hurdle was then the 500,000 interruptions in the second half".

"Two times in a row we won the fair play award in England and tonight we look like butchers after the yellow cards we had", said Klopp, whose team were booked six times.

Questions have been asked of their ability to replicate the free-flowing football which made them so exciting last season, with Warnock of the opinion that key men are not firing - regardless of claims to the contrary.

"If the referee lets that happen you have to deal with that as a team".