'I'm not concerned, we've played pretty well this season.
"It was clever of PSG, of Neymar - especially him - but a lot of players went down like it was serious and we were not that calm".
Klopp's side have even more of an incentive to topple Napoli and Ancelotti after his comments and need either 1-0 win or a victory by two clear goals to advance.
Despite their enterprising start, the Parisian club were fortunate to keep all 11 players on the field after 25 minutes, as a Marco Verratti challenge on Joe Gomez, which resulted in a yellow card, could've been a red.
But despite an improved second-half performance Liverpool could not find an equaliser, leaving themselves with it all do in what is certain to be a highly charged occasion in a fortnight's time. I know it is really hard to stay calm in that situation and even Joe Gomez got a yellow card.
Neymar and Kylian Mbappé ran riot through the Reds' defence, handing Jurgen Klopp's men a third loss in the European campaign, at odds with their domestic form in which they are yet to taste defeat.
Milner said: 'I don't think being in the Europa League in February has crossed anyone's mind.
"We're calling Anfield right now actually and then we see what happens".
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PSG survived that let-off and went on to double their lead thanks to a clearly wound up Neymar.
But they were given a lifeline on the stroke of half-time when Mane robbed Marquinhos, who up to that point had been commanding, and was brought down just inside the penalty area by a lunging Di Maria.
"In 2005 we had to beat Olympiakos by two goals and we won that one".
"I think it's going to be a good game, the atmosphere will be good and that will help", said Milner.
'The frustrating thing is how we have conceded the goals to PSG.
"Now we have to use Anfield one more time".
That should have ensured a comfortable cushion for the hosts at the break, but Liverpool were gifted a route back into the game in first-half stoppage time.
"You'd think that would be nigh on impossible for the players Liverpool have got".
It proved to be another poor night for Liverpool on the road in the Champions League, as an insipid display means there's plenty of work to do at Anfield in their final game.