Robertson looking to move on from PSG loss

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Liverpool defender Andrew Robertson is looking to push on from the loss against Paris Saint Germain.

The Scotland international skipper was part of the side which went down 2-1 in the Champions League group stage clash at the Parc des Princes on Wednesday evening.

But he doesn’t want to dwell on it and is instead looking ahead to an exciting run of fixtures – which includes games against rivals Everton and Manchester United.

“That’s the beauty of our league, Watford was a tough game on Saturday and now we look forward to the Merseyside derby on Sunday.” he said.

“It’s another massive game and we can bounce back straight away.

“We’ll be looking to do that, we know how big the game is and hopefully we can step up to the occasion.” he added.

Robertson still took the time to look ahead to the crucial tie against Italian club Napoli in the final round of group stage fixtures – with a 1-0 enough to secure passage to the knockout phase.

“We know how hard it is going to be against Napoli but we believe.” he continued.

“We believe at Anfield that we can create special nights and we will need our fans and need everyone behind us, and if we can create a special atmosphere then I’m sure the players will react and hopefully we can get the result we deserve.

“We never do it the easy way.

“The last campaign we were stronger through the group stage but we had to win in the last game and managed it, so it’s the same this time.” he finished.

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