2:11 The Premier League’s first leg of their Champions League quarter-final second leg with Manchester City ended in a 1-1 draw thanks to a goal from Raheem Sterling.
The game was the first of a six-match, three-day break that will see players return to training on Wednesday.
The Liverpool manager, Brendan Rodgers, said he was “delighted” to be able to offer his players the opportunity to return to the pitch after the break, and his players have been pleased with their performance.
“It was a tough game, but it’s not over yet, and we need to get back in the groove and start to move forward and build towards the first leg,” said Rodgers.
“We’re a little bit down in confidence at the moment, and I thought it was a good performance for us.
I’m pleased that we’ve been able to get that win and that we’re now back on the bus.”
The Reds have already earned a point from their first two matches in the competition, having won 1-0 away to Everton and 1-2 away to West Ham United.
Liverpool have lost two of their previous three meetings with City, having drawn 1-3 in March.