Liverpool battled their way to a goalless draw against Bayern Munich on Tuesday and various players gave their thoughts after the game.
The Reds were never at their sparkling attacking best at Anfield, but they came up against a hugely experienced Bayern outfit.
A fiercely contested Champions League last-16 clash saw few good chances created, with Liverpool coping excellently without the suspended Virgil van Dijk.
End product was the biggest issue for both teams and they will reconvene at the Allianz Arena next month with everything to play for.
Here’s a look at how Liverpool’s players reacted to the draw on social media.
Captain Jordan Henderson was the Reds’ Man of the Match on the night and he felt his side were unfortunate not to win…
Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andy Robertson were below-par by their high standards, but they are already looking ahead to Man United and the return leg in Munich…
It was another strong showing from Gini Wijnaldum, after some excellent form, and he thanked a vibrant Anfield crowd for their support…
James Milner was in good spirits, echoing the thoughts of many supporters in saying 0-0 was no bad result for Liverpool…
Not the win we hoped for last night – but 0-0 isn’t the worst result to take to Munich ? #YNWA pic.twitter.com/HtmY3CYSC5
— James Milner (@JamesMilner) February 20, 2019
Simon Mignolet wasn’t involved in proceedings, but he saw the importance of a clean-sheet being recorded…
Always positive to get a clean sheet in a double-header. All to play for in Munich! #YNWA pic.twitter.com/ZSHsKHdvGo
— Simon Mignolet (@SMignolet) February 19, 2019
The big games come thick and fast for Klopp’s men, who now prepare for Sunday’s huge Premier League clash with Man United.
A win at Old Trafford—a first victory there since 2014—would take Liverpool three points clear at the top of the table.