Champions League: Rampant Man City ready to march on Feyenoord

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Liverpool next face Spanish giants Sevilla while Manchester City take on Dutch league's Feyenoord in the Champions League group stages.

At the time, Klopp said it was unlikely that Liverpool would appeal, but ultimately, the club made a decision to give it a try and failed.

Unhappy with the dismissal and the three-game ban that it carries, Liverpool will lodge an appeal and seek to have the prospective ban reduced.

"I didn't expect something different", Klopp said.

Manchester City goalkeeper Claudio Bravo says Liverpool forward Sadio Mane could have pulled out of the challenge that caused team-mate Ederson to be stretchered off on Saturday.

"Sometimes these things can happen".

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"Nothing what happened last Saturday will stop us". "I said to the fourth official that I didn't think it was a red card".

"There was not even a percentage of Sadio which wanted to put the goalkeeper in danger".

"Of course we can't neglect the performance after that, we have to keep it in mind, but we have another game midweek when we can prove ourselves again". "The referee was close to sending me to the stands so I had no power", said the 50-year-old German. After such an impressive result there is no reason to make changes because it's such an important thing for a defence being settled, especially against such an offensive team when you've got to trust your teammates. But their defence really let them down and Gabriel Jesus capitalised, scoring in first half stoppage time.

Without a significant improvement in the quality of play of the likes of Matip, Dejan Lovren, Klavan and any other player Jurgen Klopp may use as center-back, the Reds' aspiration for a title challenge will go up in smoke soon.

Pep Guardiola oversaw a spending spree in excess of £200 million during the summer transfer window, with City having taken 10 points from their opening four Premier League games this term.

"I was with Dortmund against Bayern, when we lost 5-1, which we should have won!"

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