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Stalemate eases Liverpool into Champions League last eight

09 March 2018

'We feel we have played well against the top English clubs and shown we can beat them.

"That front three, when they're on fire, the way they play, the intensity, going to Anfield, the pace they've got in that team - they're going to be a hard proposition for any team".

"The next round will be hard, seven other very good teams, maybe four of them are from England, which doesn't make it easier". They won the match by destroying the Portuguese team completely.

Juventus players celebrate at the full-time whistle. Image PA
Juventus players celebrate at the full-time whistle. Image PA

Marcos Rojo and Phil Jones have both missed out with knocks in recent weeks but Jose Mourinho will be hoping that at least Rojo might make it for Saturday. During that time they have scored 75 goals to 23, and ended the unbeaten Premier League record of runaway leaders City.

Most teams would suffer a huge slump after losing £142 million worth of talent, but Liverpool have barely broken stride since selling Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona in January.

Jurgen Klopp's men cruised into the last eight with a 0-0 draw against Porto at Anfield on Wednesday having already done all the hard work with a 5-0 victory in the first leg.

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Liverpool remain the only side to inflict a league defeat on champions-elect Manchester City this season, while Chelsea were beaten at Stamford Bridge last season.

Whether alterations, the five-goal cushion from the first leg or the imminent visit to Old Trafford affected the occasion is open to debate, but the game was played at a much lower intensity that what is considered the norm.

Liverpool now prepare for the biggest game of the season, facing fiercest rivals Manchester United away, especially with the fact that whoever wins goes to second place.

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Stalemate eases Liverpool into Champions League last eight