Former Manchester United midfielder Roy Keane has said Liverpool can forget about wining any of the 'big prizes' after being guilty of 'schoolboy defending' in their draw against Sevilla.
The Reds returned to the Champions League for the first time since 2014, but were guilty of slack defending as the Spanish side came away from Anfield with a point.
Goals from Roberto Firmino, who also missed a penalty, and Mohamed Salah appeared to have put them in control after a Dejan Lovren mistake had allowed Wissam Ben Yedder to score after just five minutes.
Republic of Ireland assistant Roy Keane was scathing of Liverpool's defending against Sevilla
The Reds threw away a good opportunity to begin the Champions League with a win at Anfield
Ben Yedder slides into give the Andalusians the perfect start but Liverpool responded well
But with 18 minutes to go the defence switched off allowing Joaquin Correa to nip in to equalise with only their second shot on target, and Keane was not at all surprised by how Jurgen Klopp's side threw away the victory.
Keane told ITV: 'This sums up Liverpool in a