Champions League show highlighted Liverpool's progress, feels Juergen Klopp

Champions League show highlighted Liverpool's progress, feels Juergen Klopp

Champions League show highlighted Liverpool's progress, feels Juergen Klopp

Liverpool drew 0-0 with the Portuguese side on Tuesday, securing a 5-0 aggregate victory and passage to the Champions League quarter-finals.

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"If it is a different line-up to Saturday, it is only because we want to win".

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Jurgen Klopp's side led 5-0 from the first leg in Portugal, and neither side were able to add to this scoreline at Anfield. "We are improving all the time since I've been here", he said. We had a couple of chances and could have scored, but in the end the most important thing is we are through and now we prepare for the next game.

By then the three-time Champions League victor will be 37 and unlikely to find himself at another club competing among Europe's elite next season. If anybody here thinks they come here and give the game up, leave their star players at home or whatever they are mistaken. "I thought he was quite lively".

Klopp made five changes for the match but played two of his front three in Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane for 62 and 74 minutes respectively while 32-goal forward Mohamed Salah was sent on for the last 20 minutes.

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Moreno and Ings could have both earned Liverpool a fifth consecutive win, however Casillas kept the latter at bay to record a clean sheet.

"I think there are teams that don't want to face us because they know it is hard to face us". But while Tuesday's game didn't exactly showcase a clear-cut Plan B, it did show that Liverpool at least have a Plan A lite, where they rein in their pressing and manage a game rather than going all-out.

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"[We'll] take it step by step and tonight it's really cool - this year is the first opportunity we had to do it and now we are in time". Now we are in the next round, so I don't need any more positives.

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