Former Liverpool favourite says Reds can win Champions League
- Author: Lawrence Cooper Sep 12, 2017,
Sep 12, 2017, 0:23
The Reds had disastrous game on Saturday as they lost 5-0 to a rampant Manchester City side, with Sadio Mane getting sent off after a collision with former Benfica goalkeeper Ederson. If you want to blame me for the decision (not to play Coutinho) then no problem.
Klopp's side were already 1-0 down to a Sergio Aguero goal when Sadio Mané saw red in the closing stages of the first half for a high and risky challenge on Ederson, which resulted in the City goalkeeper being stretchered off. He came back long flight, 15 minutes here, 15 minutes there, three weeks without training. "He has been at the club almost two years and has been trying to build a team similar to the one he had back in Germany". 'If you look at the players and some of their performances, you can say why not?
'He has been at the club nearly two years.
The Andalucian side face Liverpool for the first time since defeating the Premier League side 3-1 in the Europa League final.
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Liverpool begin their first Champions League campaign since 2014 with a home game against Sevilla on Wednesday, and Garcia believes there is no reason Liverpool can't have a good run in the competition. With Phil (playing), we haven't created more chances against City in the past. The Spaniard claimed. "Everyone was surprised but I think the team now is a lot better than back then". We should give him credit for that.
"I don't know if the transfer will happen next year, but I'm glad he is staying at Liverpool because he's a fantastic player, very professional and a great kid".