"And you have seen it has been absolutely intense since the last worldwide break with the games we've had - twice Chelsea and stuff like that, coming to Napoli, playing PSG and now we have the game on Sunday against Man City".
"Things like this happen, but not as often as they did tonight and it costs energy", Klopp said.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said his side could only blame themselves after the last year's Champions League runners-up were overrun by Napoli before Lorenzo Insigne's late victor gave the Italians a 1-0 win to go top of Group C on Wednesday (Oct 4). Then when you have the ball you have to play much calmer.
"It is his back, that's what I heard".
"That's the second time this season that we have conceded a goal like that, then they were on their bikes, the atmosphere was there because we let them do what they did".
"It gives a lot of character to the team and it's great we kept the same mentality from the start to the end".
"The first half was kind of OK, but second half was not good enough".
"I have to accept that a big part of that performance was my fault for sure but I need at least one night to watch it again and see exactly what was the fault, but it was not like it should have looked".
"It is a tough game, absolutely", Klopp said.
Liverpool's Dutch midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum said it was a "reality check" before next Sunday's Premier League top-of-the-table clash with Manchester City. "It is absolutely intense since the last global break".
Ancelotti made a surprising tactical selection ahead of kick-off by bringing in defender Nikola Maksimovic for just his 20th Napoli appearance in more than two years, as the Serie A side used a system that alternated between a three and four-man defence.
"We interpreted the game well".
"It would have been hard at any time in the season".
"Then we have the crowd at our backs".
"You prepare games in your head and then it's all down to interpretation".