Manchester City boss Guardiola speaking to BBC Match of the Day: "It was a tight game. We struggled in the first minutes because they had four players up front. Mane and Salah were playing between the lines, then we adjusted after and had more control.
"The way they played and the way we behaved in response was incredible. I'm so proud of my players. The difference today was they got a penalty and we missed a penalty."
What he said to Liverpool counterpart Klopp after the final whistle: "We talked about five substitutions. If people want to give microphones so we can give our opinions...
"English player, right-back is injured. There are many guys with many, many cases. Around the world, five subs are key, but here it's totally the opposite. We've talked about this many times."
Klopp, speaking to BBC Match of the Day: "It was an interesting game - a lot of tactical stuff on the pitch. Both teams played with an incredible energy level to close the other team down and use the few opportunities. I thought it was a top, top, top game.
"The plan is always to start fast, stay fast and finish fast - but that is not always possible. City are a top team.
"I think it is the game with the lowest number of chances for City so far when we have played them - clear-cut chances. They didn't have many and that is a proper compliment for the boys."