"It looked not like it should have looked".
Napoli earned a deserved three points as Insigne struck in injury time to ensure that Group C remained wide open in terms of qualification for the knockout stages. That's what we're going to do - we're going to analyse the game and see what we can do better. We weren't as good as we could be. "There was a flawless balance".
"It was an interesting looking group before we started and it's still interesting now".
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Keita, 23, had to go off after just 19 minutes against Napoli he was replaced by Jordan Henderson.
In attack, Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mané start from the off as the trio look to emulate their success in the competition last season.More news: Previewing Game 163 for the NL West Title
Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson had his work cut out on his return to Italy after his move from Roma last summer.
Although the goal was the obvious highlight of his performance, there was so much more to Insigne's display.
Napoli eventually forced Alisson into action just past the half-hour mark, but Arkadiusz Milik's effort from the centre of the box was swatted away by the Brazil worldwide.
"(I'm) not shocked. We didn't adapt, that happens", said Klopp. Ancelotti is no stranger to facing Liverpool in the Champions League having been in charge of AC Milan during the 2005 Champions League final which saw Liverpool famously fight back to lift their fifth European Cup.More news: "He Likes Beer": Trump Says Kavanaugh Had "Bit Of Difficulty" With Liquor