- The Spaniard can't forget the 3-2 defeat at Anfield.
- He admits the Reds were 'well on track at home' and had 'twenty-odds shots on goal'.
- Adrian names Atleti stopper Jan Oblak the man of the match in that game.
Speaking to DAZN (h/t Goal), the Reds' stopper said: "The first days you eat away at yourself, you don't accept that was the last game, you get that bad taste in your mouth, quite sour from having lost a tie.
"When it seems that we have it pretty well on track at home, a game where we had twenty-odd shots on goal, but we lose.
"The man of the match was definitely [Jan] Oblak and, in the end, Atletico played their game, they beat us in both games and they should have progressed because they deserved it."
Liverpool lost both games 4-2 on aggregate although they had all chances to win the second leg leading 2-0 up until the 97th minute.
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