The Dutchman said that he felt his side played well and didn’t allow the home side to have as much freedom as they have had against other sides.
“I’m proud,” he said.
“I’m really proud of the team and the way we played the game today, but of course the final result is not reflective of our performance.
“OK, they have some quality players and we conceded – in my opinion – too easily the second and third goals.
“They started with our mistakes in ball possession and they punish us but we didn’t punish their mistakes.
“Overall we can be proud of how we played, how difficult we made it for Liverpool and that’s the way we like to play and the way we will continue.”
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