Jurgen Klopp has backed Carlo Ancelotti to bounce back from the disappointment of losing his job at Bayern Munich.
While the German is tied down to a long-term contract at Anfield, he was still asked about the developments at Bayern during his Friday press conference.
"Not a lot of things in this business can surprise me any more, to be honest," Klopp told the media.
"I watched the game against PSG. This is how football is – individual quality can decide games, and that’s how it was on Wednesday.
"At the end, though, it wasn’t one game. It was a development that the Bayern bosses didn't like too much. That’s why they made the decision, I think. I've no real clue as to why exactly they did it though.
"Carlo is a very, very experienced manager. I'm sure he hasn’t lost his football knowledge overnight.
"Sometimes, however, two sides don't fit together. If Bayern believe they have a better future with another manager, then congratulations. If Carlo wants to carry on, he will find a fantastic club and show what kind of manager he is.
"But there are bigger problems in the world at the moment than Bayern Munich sacking Carlo Ancelotti."