Garcia, Quinn and more: Twitter reacts as Liverpool lose to Palace

Luis Garcia and Micky Quinn take to Twitter after Liverpool lose to Crystal Palace at Anfield

Jurgen Klopp lost his first game as Liverpool manager after a 2-1 defeat by Crystal Palace on Sunday afternoon.

Brazil international Philippe Coutinho scored his third goal in two Premier League games to cancel out Yannick Bolasie’s first-half opener for the visitors.

However, Palace defender Scott Dann secured three points for Alan Pardew’s side with eight minutes remaining at Anfield.

Here is a selection of the best Twitter reaction from the professionals, past and present, in chronological order as Liverpool lost their first game in seven outings under their charismatic German manager.

2005 Champions League winner Luis Garcia hails Coutinho’s equaliser for the Merseyside outfit:

Former SoccerAM host Andy Goldstein is tipping the Reds to go on and secure maximum points against the Eagles:

Newcastle legend and Liverpool fan Micky Quinn believes Palace have worked out how to beat Liverpool after three wins in four games:

Unsurprisingly, former Palace man Mark Bright is happy:

So is Eagles winger Wilfried Zaha:

Finally, James McArthur is pleased to head on international break with three points:

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