​Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer has said that everybody in Germany currently has at least one eye on Liverpool after former Borussia Dortmund manager took charge of his first game in the Premier League on the weekend. 

Neuer posted on his facebook page ahead of Bayern's Champions League tie at Arsenal on Tuesday night, saying that he and his teammates would have to have their full concentration on the likes of Per Mertesacker and Mesut Ozil even though all the attention in their homeland was on the Reds. 

Klopp oversaw a 0-0 draw with Spurs on Saturday afternoon, which saw his team put in an impressive performance against the side with the longest unbeaten record in the English top flight. 

After the game, he said: "I should teach them technical aspects? They know. We have to altogether help them to show it. This is not the biggest problem in life. We don’t have to sprinkle magical dust on them ‘and now you can play football.’ They know how to play.

"We just have to create a situation where it is possible to do this. Pressure yes, but it is not the biggest pressure, these guys are running for their life. There is nothing to worry and say, ‘Come on, try again’. Everything is okay. 

"We have some very good players on the bench, or on the [treatment] table at home, and we need these players of course, 18 games until December. But we have young players and in situations like this you learn more about them than usual. They are all with us today. It is a chance for all Liverpool players in this moment."

Neuer's Bayern teammate Robert Lewandowski also talked about Klopp at the end of last week, saying: “He’s a great guy, a great coach. He knows that the Premier League and Bundesliga are not the same. 

"He will do things differently and find a new approach than at BVB because it is a different league and he has new players. I heard that he put on a show at the press conference – this is Klopp. He has fun and is a great coach, a great guy. I can only wish him the best of luck.”