Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp’s side in perfect shape Champions League after Napoli victory , So how big could this night be as Liverpool’s campaign prepares to move to the next level?
Jurgen Klopp’s side are unbeaten at the top of the Premier League after 16 games and now they enter the European territory that suits them best as this tournament now embraces the two-leg format.
Jurgen Klopp’s side are unbeaten on top of the Premier League after 16 games as well as currently they enter the European area that suits them best as this event currently accepts the two-leg format.So how huge could.
Liverpool on the march once again If Klopp and Liverpool had actually outlined a map of their campaign prior to the season started, to reach this factor as Christmas techniques would have been the desire scenario.
Liverpool have actually now continued of Premier League champs Manchester City in the house and also in some way navigated a route which consisted of 3 away losses- to Napoli, Red Star Belgrade and Paris St-Germain-to advance from a powerful Champions Organization team. Salah objective sends out Liverpool into last.
Liverpool on the march again
If Klopp and Liverpool had plotted a map of their campaign before the season began, to reach this point as Christmas approaches would have been the dream scenario.
Liverpool have now moved ahead of Premier League champions Manchester City at home and somehow navigated a route which included three away losses – to Napoli, Red Star Belgrade and Paris St-Germain – to advance from a formidable Champions League group.
Liverpool were, to their huge credit, often grinding out results earlier in the season but in recent times they appear to be moving into top gear.
Mohamed Salah is back to the form that made him an instant Anfield superstar last season while in Virgil van Dijk they have one of Europe’s premier defenders, although he will miss Liverpool’s next Champions League game through suspension.
Alisson and Van Dijk provide a new dimension
Liverpool’s full blast heavy metal harmonies under Jurgen Klopp sometimes hit the wrong note because of a vulnerable defence that undermined their ambitions.
Not any more.
It has been an expensive business – £142m to be precise with the acquisition of £75m defender Virgil van Dijk from Southampton in January and the summer addition of £67m Brazil keeper Alisson from Roma in the summer.
Glory night for Liverpool and Spurs
Liverpool and Tottenham both had questions to answer in this last round of Champions League fixtures after making life difficult for themselves.
Jurgen Klopp and Mauricio Pochettino indulged in brinksmanship but have emerged on the other side.
Spurs looked in even bigger peril than Liverpool after squandering winning positions when losing away to Inter Milan and drawing with PSV Eindhoven.