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Liverpool took Arsenal's quality away, claims Klopp
Mikel Arteta apologised for Arsenal's performance against Liverpool, but Jurgen Klopp felt his side "took [their] quality away".The defending Premier League champions closed to within two points of the top four with a deserved success at Emirates Stadium in which substitute Diogo Jota scored either side of a Mohamed Salah strike.
The REDS Manager, Jurgen Klopp, still believes in qualification for the semi-finals of the Champions League.Liverpool is very poorly embarked for the qualification for the last square of the C1 following the reverse wiped in Madrid in quarterfinals. It would take a miracle during the game Back to Anfield, Wednesday, to hope to pass. But it is a miracle to which the Merseysiders and their manager Jurgen Klopp believe hard as iron. "It will be necessary first and foremost to defend yourself" the German technician even thinks he has identified the best recipe to give the merengue the currency of their room. "To beat Real Madrid, you have to defend your highest level because their offensive qualities are incredible and even in this case, it's really difficult," he said Klopp in press conference on Tuesday. "The first goal they have marked is a good example; for most teams in the world, it was not even half opportunity, but the pass of Toni Kroos and the first touch and the conclusion were absolutely incredible . So we have to defend a very high level and we have to create opportunities - and that's what we're going to try. I can not invent new things simply because we have two goals late, we will use the usual football tools - or will try at least. Liverpool is used to reversals of the champions league direct elimination scenarios. In this 21st century, they have experienced remont against Olympiakos (2004), the AC Milan (2005) or against Barcelona (2019) to name only those. The story will be repeated on Wednesday?
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Klopp and Co pay respects to victims of Hillsborough disaster .
Liverpool marked the 32nd anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster by privately paying their respects on Thursday. They held a minute's silence and laid wreaths.The players gathered for a minute's silence by the plaque at their AXA training complex that lists the names of the 96 supporters who tragically lost their lives on April 15, 1989.