Jürgen Klopp is confident that Liverpool is Tuesday’s “normal” for the knock-out stages of the Champions League places. The winner is the last groepsduel against Red Bull Salzburg.
With a defeat in Austria and a victory over Napoli on the disabled first division soccer team KRC Genk, it is the Liverpool off in the Champions League.
“We don’t really know what to Salzburg, the match will be approximate, but will in any case have to win, and that’s not easy for them,” says Klopp the day before the race in August.
“Personally, we won’t have another tie to play, and I honestly don’t know how that works. We’re going to give it their all to win, and then we’ll see where that leads.”
The previous encounter between Liverpool and Salzburg is at Anfield that ended in a 4-3. As for Salzburg Tuesday’s win over the Austrians in the points and holds the other results.
197Samenvatting Liverpool-Salzburg (4-3)
“We approached it like a final’
Liverpool has brought itself into the last turn of the game in a difficult position by being in your own home with a 1-1 draw to play This. At the start of the major League baseball season was already lost to the Italians.
“Immediately after the 1-1-draw, two weeks ago, we knew that we have a final awaits us and we have to approach the game in August as a final,” said the 52-year-old Klopp.
“Everyone is aware of the importance of the game tomorrow. It is very tough, but the good news is that we can be, too. That is, we have to show for it.”
Both Red Bull Salzburg and Liverpool as a Right-KRC Genk will start on Tuesday to 18.55 hours.
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