Liverpool's James Milner and manager Juergen Klopp applaud the fans at the end of the match Action Images via Reuters/Andrew Boyers
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Last season's runners-up are in serious danger of a group-stage exit from the competition after losing 2-1 to a Neymar-inspired PSG at the Parc des Princes, as Klopp was outmaneuvered by his opposite number Thomas Tuchel.The result left Liverpool in third place in Group C with one game left, three points behind Napoli and two adrift of PSG.While Wednesday's defeat was Liverpool's fifth in a row away from Anfield in the Champions League, they have not lost at home in the Premier League or in Europe for 18 months, so Klopp has reason to be confident.The Italians beat Liverpool 1-0 at home in October and have since drawn twice with PSG.A James Milner penalty on the stroke of halftime gave the visitors hope, but they could not get an equalizer after the break and Klopp was left to bemoan "not sportsmanlike behavior" from the home team.He felt PSG and chiefly Neymar play-acted to buy time in the second half, as the away side ended the game with six yellow cards.
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