We can do better and if we do better then we have a good chance of making the next round.
"You're always learning but we don't have too many players here now that were at Wembley, probably only three of them were involved on that day".
"I made the decision to make changes and name a young side - that's life", Klopp told BT Sport.
"I don't think the lineup was a mistake, but I am 100% responsible, I have no problem with it".
"We are a League Two club, they are a Premier League club with players at global level".
I don't know how big Plymouth is but they were all in their 18 yard box. The fans lift the players on a weekly basis and, when we go away from home but still have the majority of support, it certainly helps.
In the next few weeks they have a two-legged League Cup semi-final against Southampton, Premier League games against Manchester United and Chelsea and now an FA Cup replay at Plymouth.
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Derek Adams is aware of the task that awaits his team at Anfield, but admits that it is a no pressure game for his side, as there are no expectations.
But with a replay at Home Park now pencilled in the diary, Carey insisted he and his team-mates fully deserved the draw.
"I think they had a lot to celebrate but it was much more hard for our crowd to celebrate a shot over the goal or something". In terms of how we prepare and how much focus we give the cup games, it's no different to when we play Premier League games.
Tom Nichols pulled a goal back for the League One visitors, but Pedro struck his second as Chelsea responded from their 13-game winning run ending in defeat at Tottenham last Wednesday.
Divock Origi put the ball in the net in the 21st minute, but it was disallowed as the referee ruled that he had used his arms to fend off Plymouth defender Gary Miller.
Sometime in the future the German manager will navigate a round of the FA Cup without having to deal with a replay, but not today. We did have a couple of opportunities. We limited Liverpool to not many.
"It was about negating the space". The smaller the space they allow the more hard it is. A lot of young players came in at the same time. "We worked on it and did really well". Ben Davies broke the deadlock with a glancing header before Son Heung-min sealed the win after good work from Kieran Trippier and Moussa Sissoko down the right wing. "We are getting closer to building that main stand now".