Jurgen Klopp knows Liverpool must produce flawless performance against Barcelona

Adjust Comment Print

Liverpool emerged victorious from a bruising battle against Newcastle to remain in the hunt for the Premier League title, but may have sustained too many wounds to summon a Champions League semi-final comeback against Barcelona tomorrow.

"I had these [sorts of] games a couple of times and in my experience, it's not that before the game you think: "Yeah, I believe we will do it", he said.

"I have all the respect for Liverpool's fans, I'm grateful and it's clear that I would not celebrate a goal".

North Korea: Kim Jong-un oversees 'strike drill' missile component test
Fox News foreign correspondent Trey Yingst says the goal of the Trump administration is to denuclearize the Korean peninsula. Trump raised the issue of North Korea during a telephone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday.

Liverpool created five good chances in the Camp Nou but failed to take any of them and were punished by three moments of Barcelona magic in attack as Luis Suarez and Leo Messi, showed why they are the most unsafe strike partnership in the world.

The Barcelona striker scored 82 goals in 133 matches over the duration of his three-and-a-half-year stay on Merseyside, where he was loved by Reds fans and generally detested by all opposition supporters.

It's logical that Liverpool and the club's fans believe in miracle seeing as majority witness Istanbul in 2005. Barcelona have one foot in the final but they need to be wary of Liverpool's magic.

Stephen Colbert Blasts Bill Barr’s Alleged Lies To Congress
It's not clear what Graham intended when he gave Mueller the opportunity to "provide testimony". Mueller was reportedly frustrated with Barr's initial summary of the Russian Federation report.

However, he warned the Spanish champions of making the same mistakes they did in throwing away a 4-1 lead against Roma in last season's Champions League quarter-finals and knows that Liverpool can be a different team on home soil.

"Being captain of Liverpool was one of the proudest moments of my career. It's a concussion. That means he would not even be allowed to play", Klopp said.

Liverpool are already facing an uphill task against Barca, having lost 3-0 to a Leo Messi-inspired side in the Camp Nou last Wednesday.

Amber Alert for 5-year-old girl, allegedly abducted by 3 men
Authorities in Houston are searching for a 5-year-old girl whose stepfather said she may have been kidnapped, Houston police said. "The abductors kept Maleah with them and drove off", police said in the amber alert, which was issued on Sunday morning.

While Barca's commanding lead puts them in pole position to reach the final, their stunning exit against Roma at the quarter-final stage past year - when they surrendered a three-goal advantage on Italian soil - remains fresh in their minds. "So we have no reason to be complacent". The result doesn't tell the whole story, they created a lot of chances. We have to play as if there was not a game before.