Liverpool belong in Champions League quarters, says Klopp

Tricia Pearson
March 8, 2018

The nearest active rival for the mark is Cristiano Ronaldo, who made his 148th UCL appearance today.

"He can create goals out of nothing, on his own. We can't say, "now we pick this and rest him".

"We've proved over the past few years we can beat anyone, but you have to be consistent. We are improving all the time since I've been here", he said. They are all good teams at this stage.

Will the Premier League club hold aloft their sixth Champions League title, this season?

"He's a top player and that's a credit to the players around him but also to the club for helping him settle in as fast as possible".

"I never had a time schedule in my mind where I thought "we have to be there and then have to be there".

The tie was virtually already settled after the first leg as the Reds romped to a 5-0 win in Portugal last month.

The only play to bring the almost 55,000 at Anfield to their feet in the first half was a shot by Sadio Mane - who had a hattrick in the first leg - that bounced off the post.

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"I get the question, but I didn't make a decision so far", he said. "We gave a good performance and we got a draw".

"You don't rotate to avoid something, you only use players that are in the best shape", he added.

The visitors showed more ambition at the start of the second half, and Majeed Waris drew a decent save from Loris Karius with the game's first shot on target in the 52nd minute.

If Klopp's team had only managed a slender lead against Porto of one, or two goals, there'd be some worry during the previous game and tonight's return leg.

The Reds failed to teleport their Premier League form in UEFA Champions League against FC Porto, a side which Klopp's men thrashed 5-0 away from home in the first leg at Estádio do Dragao.

Moreno and Ings could have both earned Liverpool a fifth consecutive win, however Casillas kept the latter at bay to record a clean sheet. "It wasn't our best game but we didn't concede again, so that's a good point for everyone".

"It was a big challenge for us, to be honest, in the preparation, it was different to other games".

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