Jurgen Klopp wasted no time holding an inquest into his players’ toothless performance in Belgrade on Tuesday night, where they were beaten 2-0 by Red Star.

The Liverpool manager spent the three-hour flight back to the UK watching back the match before he watched it again on Wednesday back on Merseyside.

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BELGRADE, SERBIA – NOVEMBER 6: Jurgen Klopp consoles Roberto Firmino after the Champions League match between Liverpool FC and Red Star Belgrade on November 6, 2018 in Belgrade, Serbia. (Getty Images)

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The German decided against carrying out an inquest straight after the match, holding a meeting with his players to point out their errors in a defeat that now leaves Liverpool’s European hopes in limbo.

It was the Reds third Champions League away defeat – leaving Klopp’s side on the brink of elimination.

However, Napoli’s draw with Paris Saint-Germain helped ease the pressure on the Merseyside club – who sit second in Group C.

A light training session followed the lengthy meeting as the players now prepare for their next Premier League game against Fulham on Sunday.

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