Napoli 4-1 Liverpool: Five things learned as Reds suffer humiliating Champions League loss

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Milner can’t be starting every week at 36 years of age while Fabinho looked appeared out on his feet having played 360 minutes in the last two weeks. Thiago Alcantara is finally back and available, along with Diogo Jota with most expected to all be back after the international break.

There’s still another Champions League tie against Ajax sandwiched in between league games against Wolves and Chelsea for Liverpool to contend with and Klopp will need huge improvements.

Where is any momentum going to come from?

It’s still extremely early in the league and there is more than enough time to turn things around in Europe. But judging from Liverpool’s performance levels, it’s hard to see exactly how they’re going to turn things around.

The 9-0 thrashing of Bournemouth should have been exactly that and the dramatic win over Newcastle had the Anfield crowd bouncing in the end. Wolves are up next for Klopp’s side at Anfield and it’s going to be the home crowd which will likely need to get this Liverpool side going.

But show any signs of a repeat of the performance against Napoli and the Liverpool supporters may well soon start getting restless.

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