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Klopp saw off Man City and thought Barca collapse was a joke

Klopp saw off Man City and thought Barca collapse was a joke

He was talking in reference to the second leg tie of their 2017/2018 UEFA Champions League quarter-final pairing.

He insists he returns to former club Manchester City - with a 3-0 lead from the first leg - with no anger at not getting a chance to play for their first team.

However, Klopp's patience to get his prime target has been rewarded as Van Dijk has spearheaded a turnaround in Liverpool's ability to keep opponents at bay.

However, with City having to push forward to recover the three-goal deficit, this will allow Liverpool to counter attack at will, which could result in an abundance of goals from both sides. There are no special feelings towards it, no anger. However, Klopp was quick to point out that Pep Guardiola's men could easily have been out of sight after the first 45 minutes had they converted all the chances they created.

"And then before United again he felt something in his adductor and it was not flawless, so I decided not to take a risk".

"And, if we are not clinical, then move on to the next one", he said.

As any football fan knows, City are more than capable of causing a massive upset Tuesday night, and if any manager is going to guide them to do so, it's Guardiola.

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The victor of the Valencia quarterfinal will face either defending champions France or Italy for a place in the final. It was 50/50 in the end. "It's a great feeling to be back".

"Dominic Solanke and Dany Ings have barely started a game all season and they were thrown into Klopp's line-up against Everton simply because Klopp didn't have any other options in reserve". If we concede, don't give up - it's more than 90 minutes [with added time].

"We have the chance to go to the next round but I don't think we are already through. It is really exciting and the manager changed a lot to the positive as well". More than a month after Bayern had been crowned champions for 2013-14 - winning the league in record time - Real Madrid rocked up at the Allianz Arena and handed out a 4-0 beating.

"It's not going to be easy".

Liverpool showed City and Guardiola that they are not flawless, but it would be foolish to suggest that they can not come close to achieving it.

He said, "I don't know but if we are not able to cope with that psychologically it will be a good lesson for the future".

"There is no ideal football team in the world". That is the job again on Tuesday.

"Then, in the second half, after the first goal, one team gains rhythm, another team loses rhythm. We are here to not concede and to score to win the game so that is the plan". We have the chance to win the game.

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