Klopp was left disappointed with how PSG conducted themselves as the Reds fell to a 2-1 defeat - accusing them of unsportsmanlike behaviour - but says his Liverpool side need to remain calm in those situations.
Koke set the ball rolling against Thierry Henry's rock-bottom Monaco after just 90 seconds, before Antoine Griezmann ended the match as a contest after just 24 minutes.
"The beginning was very lively, how we expected it, but it's quite hard to cope with it".
"It can be a dynamic like this but we feel also confident that we have the weapons and we have the talent and we also have the quality and the mentality to get our moments in the game".
"But so many interruptions in game like this, everyone knows what they want to do, especially what Neymar wants to do, then you get 50 free-kicks".
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MF Angel Di Maria, 4 - Struggled until he was withdrawn after 65 minutes, he never looked the same after an early knock, picked up a few more and gave away a shocking penalty that could have cost his team dearer than it ultimately did. Thankfully for the French champions, they were not made to for that fortuitous lifeline in the second half.
As expected, Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane start up front for the Reds as they look to fire Liverpool in to the knockout stages. It was clever of PSG. "That was really hard and didn't help us obviously". "It was smart in a way and the referee let that happen". In two, three or four situations we had the chance to do much better with one little decision - Robbo in the box, fantastic play, and then we hit the first player who makes a sliding tackle.
45- Mane wins a penalty for Liverpool, James Milner slots it past Buffon! Finally, just as Liverpool were looking like getting a foothold into the game, the world's most expensively assembled front-line seemingly buried the game with a blistering counter-attack that left the Reds with no chance at all.
Van Gaal is well placed to speak about Barcelona, having won two La Liga titles, one Copa del Rey and a UEFA Super Cup with them during the first of his two spells in charge, back in the 90s.
Liverpool meanwhile have the small matter of a Merseyside derby this weekend when they welcome Everton to Anfield, before their final Champions League group game against Napoli at home has now taken on greater significance.