Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp was full of praise for his side's superb performance against Napoli on Tuesday night and says goalkeeper Alisson even left him speechless. "The boys played with their whole hearts on the pitch". "It's my cousin telling me it was mo who scored". When he comes out for crosses he is outstanding. That was, of course, a lifesaver.
"I don't really think we are invincible and if we think that, we have a manager that would put both feet on the ground", Wijnaldum told the British media. "Still he did it, incredible, unbelievable, never saw anything like it".
'And yes that save was just incredible, but if we don't defend the whole pitch today, Ali can not make 20 saves like the last one. "This game was just fantastic, outstanding, unbelievable, the boys left their whole heart on the pitch", he added.
Liverpool have been rocked by a fresh injury blow ahead of their clash with Manchester United after confirming Joel Matip is facing six weeks out with a fractured collarbone. "The rest are not injured, they belong to the squad, we have lots of players that were not here today because they are injured, this is our squad, our players, they have a chance to play Sunday. When you analyse Manchester United and analyse our ambitions and our level sometimes you should learn the situation a little bit better because you make certain kind of comments".
Perhaps most memorable was his 2-1 victory at Anfield in 2014, when the Portuguese donned a scraggy tracksuit and unshaven beard and ruined Liverpool's title charge with his ragtag Chelsea side. That made the game so intense.
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"Until 7:55 tonight, I was really not sure that we will be in the draw still and now we are in it".
Liverpool progressed to the knockout stages of the European game's elite competition on Tuesday (Wednesday NZ time) thanks to Mohamed Salah's victor against Napoli and captured on video among the joyous celebrations was one Reds fans describing the goal to his visually impaired cousin.
"We knew at half-time we couldn't change the tactics and sit deeper".
Ancelotti, however, was not happy with the tackle made by Virgil Van Dijk on Dries Mertens in the first half which saw the defender booked, meaning he will miss the first match of the knockout phase in February.
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