The result extended Liverpool's winless run to three matches, with the Premier League club failing to record a shot on target in a Champions League game for the first time since February 2006. The closest he (or Liverpool, for that matter) came to scoring arrived in the 68th minute, when he picked the ball up outside the area only to meekly fire wide.
Liverpool travel to Napoli tomorrow and this will be a chance for rotation. It promises to be a cracker at the Stadio San Paolo between two of Europe's best footballing sides.
"I don't think he's a player Klopp could have trusted but it's brilliant for Liverpool - their team, their squad and the fans".
It is going to be a hard balancing act for the German, as Pool can take a giant step towards the Champions League group stage if they can see off Napoli, but at the same time their Premier League campaign could hinge on the outcome at Anfield on Sunday.
Carlo Ancelotti's side drew their opening game away to Red Star Belgrade, but have been strong domestically with five wins in their opening seven Serie A games.
Ancelotti added: "I said to my players 'just enjoy yourselves, the Champions League doesn't happen every day so just have fun".
In team news, Amin Younes and Vlad Chiriches will be unavailable for the Neapolitans.
However, Keita's night ended after 19 minutes when he was carted off the field following a challenge with Lorenzo Insigne and forced Liverpool into a tactical change they never adapted to.
But Klopp's side now drop to third. It is expected that the English striker will play a big part in anything Liverpool will achieve this season as long as he can stay fit. The former England midfielder scored the second from the penalty spot in the 3-2 win over PSG.