Manager says Liverpool can draw on two European finals in attempt to reach the Champions League quarter-finals
Munich holds no secrets from Jürgen Klopp, the city or its football clubs, but Bayern represent unfamiliar Champions League territory for his Liverpool team. Last season every second leg was about preserving a comfortable advantage en route to Kyiv. Wednesday is about finding one of any description to preserve hope of a third European final under their manager from the Black Forest and “prove our value in Europe again”.
The change in circumstances and approach was discussed at a team meeting before Liverpool flew out for a last-16 tie far removed from last season’s return fixtures against Porto (5-0 up from the first leg), Manchester City (3-0) and Roma (5-2). “We have spoken about it with the boys already,” said Klopp, who has faced Bayern 31 times as a manager, more than he has faced any other opponent, and experienced only one goalless draw in that time, at Anfield three weeks ago.
Source: Football News
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