Napoli wasted a number of golden opportunities before Insigne's late intervention, while Liverpool failed to record a single shot on target in a Champions League game for the first time since 2006. "Then the timing for our defensive movements were not good enough, we didn't close the spaces in the right moment, we didn't react in the right situation and so they could play through our formation".
That's the view of former Reds midfielder Danny Murphy, who says the Englishman can be a big advantage for Jurgen Klopp this season.
"If you looked how we played you would have thought they were always on us - we could have played calmer but we didn't".
"We interpreted the game well, we studied the opponent without taking anything away from our identity", said Ancelotti.
Salah is clearly lacking confidence in front of goal and was substituted at Stamford Bridge at the weekend, but will Klopp make the big decision to leave him out from the start in Naples? Spurs won all of their home games in this stage last season and will look to come out with a much-needed win.
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Ancelotti is no stranger to facing Liverpool in the Champions League having been in charge of AC Milan during the 2005 Champions League final which saw Liverpool famously fight back to lift their fifth European Cup.
Keita transferred to Liverpool in the summer from RB Leipzig for £52.75 million and joins Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in the ranks of their injured midfielders.
"It is a tough game, absolutely", Klopp said.
Hello! Welcome to the Live Updates of Napoli Vs Liverpool! "It is absolutely intense since the last global break". I see the quality this team has, but with a little tension we don't express ourselves the way we should. "It didn't happen but we still have four games to go".