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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp accepted he still has plenty of work to do with his players to make them into winners.
The 3-1 Europa League final defeat to defending champions Sevilla, who claimed an unprecedented third successive victory, came after Daniel Sturridge had opened the scoring with a brilliantly taken goal.
Kevin Gameiro scored just 18 seconds into the second half and it was from that point that Klopp realised he had a problem.
"Obviously the first goal had a big influence on our game," he said.
"At this moment we lost faith in our style of play, we changed from passing quick and simple to complicated and lost our formation. It was not compact any more.
"I tried to change it but you could see that maybe the team was shocked, maybe the crowd was shocked.
"We are disappointed and frustrated 100 per cent but tomorrow (Thursday) or later in the week we will see it a little bit more clearly and we will use this experience, that is what we have to do."
Klopp suffered his fifth successive defeat in a final as manager.
"There are more important things in life than football. I don't think God had a plan with me to go to the final and always have a knock," said the German when asked if he felt he was owed some luck.
"I've had a lot of luck in my life as I sit here as manager of Liverpool.
"I don't think I am an unlucky person or life has not been good to me.
"We will carry on, I will carry on. I will try with all I have to reach the next final, even when you know you can lose it.
"There are bigger problems in life but at this moment it doesn't feel like it, it is really hard."
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"The mistake is entirely mine, I have to take full responsibility."
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Manchester United has released a statement in which they vow to give refunds for tickets or replacement tickets.
Ticket refunds will be given - and entry to the rescheduled match on Tuesday will be free - following the abandonment of Manchester United's home match against Bournemouth on Sunday.
Season Ticket holders (for their equivalent match ticket price), match ticket purchasers and Matchday VIP purchasers will receive a refund.
Any supporters who would have accessed the stadium with their Season Card or Membership Card on Sunday will be able to do so again, and supporters with paper tickets can use them again too, all free of charge.
Replacement paper tickets can be issued and can be reprinted at Ticketing & Membership Services on Monday or Tuesday. Fans who come to the stadium to do this on Tuesday are advised to arrive early please to avoid queues.
As previously confirmed on ManUtd.com, the rearranged match will kick off at 20:00 BST on Tuesday, 17 May.
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Greater Manchester's Police and Crime Commissioner Tony Lloyd has called for a full inquiry into the "fiasco" that saw Old Trafford evacuated over a fake bomb ahead of Manchester United's final league match of the season.
It later transpired the evacuation was caused by what police described as an "incredibly lifelike" device which had been left behind by a private company after a training exercise.
It is outrageous this situation arose and a full inquiry is required to urgently find out how this happened, why it happened and who will be held accountable.
This fiasco caused massive inconvenience to supporters who had come from far and wide to watch the match, wasted the time of huge numbers of police officers and the army's bomb squad, and unnecessarily put people in danger, as evacuating tens of thousands of people from a football stadium is not without risk.
Mr Lloyd called the situation "unacceptable", but said it "in no way demeans the professionalism of the police and stewards responsible for getting fans out, or the supporters' calmness and cooperation during the evacuation".
The stadium was evacuated around 20 minutes before the scheduled kick-off after an announcement was made for security personnel to invoke "operation red code".
The match was subsequently called off.
Army bomb disposal experts carried out a controlled explosion on the device in the North West Quadrant of the ground at 4.30pm.
Mancherster United's game against Bournemouth has been rearranged for Tuesday at 8pm.
Manchester United's final league match of the season against Bournemouth will now be played on Tuesday after it was abandoned amid a bomb scare.
The Premier League confirmed the fixture will now take place on Tuesday, May 17, at 8pm.
We would like to thank Manchester United's staff, the police and other emergency services for all their efforts today as well as rearranging the match for this coming Tuesday.
Both Manchester United and AFC Bournemouth's management has been extremely helpful in reaching a swift resolution, which is the best possible given today's events.
The clubs will make their own announcements regarding ticketing arrangements.