Jurgen Klopp excited to meet 'vocally talented' Cardiff manager Neil Warnock

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It was a great Champions League night for Liverpool as the Merseyside club went head-to-head with Serbian side Red Star Belgrade in a Group C game which ended with a comfortable 4-0 win for Jurgen Klopp's side.

"I had this already at the World Cup so I know I can handle this no problem", Shaqiri said. It always helps a player if you play a good game - it helped us and helped him.

'And from the other hand I think that from the big English active managers, he is the last one I have to meet.

In his pre-match press conference today Warnock spoke about how it is "virtually impossible for any team" to win at Anfield.

"I love football and love watching games - and the PSG one was some game".

Cardiff face the unbeaten Reds after winning their first Premier League game of the season against Fulham.

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Warnock joked that he had looked at bookmakers' odds which had priced Cardiff 70-1 to win 1-0, yet put Liverpool at 50-1 to triumph 7-1.

"I said 'what, when he's got a chance of scoring five or six goals against us?' He's going to want to play, isn't he?"

'[Keita and Henderson] will not work out for tomorrow, for sure not, ' Klopp said.

On hearing what Warnock had said earlier about his team, a typically jovial Klopp laughed heartily before saying: "I am looking forward to meeting him!" "We controlled the game; then you need to score goals and see the game out professionally".

"That makes this game so interesting".

Klopp added: "Now we have, as we say in Germany, "the salad", because now two Dutch guys are in a row".

"You can only play really good football when you train well and you can only train well if the training group is really strong".

Last weekend's 1-0 victory over Huddersfield Town secured Liverpool's best ever start to a Premier League season as they now sit level on points with Manchester City at the summit having taken 23 points [W7 D2 L0] from their nine matches so far.