"I know it's a close race".
"I know it already, we can compete with them, I don't have to look at them, "Klopp added". We've played them twice and at the highest level.
But Klopp confirmed on Jan 19, and following Liverpool's 4-3 victory over Manchester City, that the German would now be his preferred No. 1. We can make one mistake [underestimating Porto], that is how it is in life.
Five-time European champion Liverpool, looking to reach the quarterfinals for the first time since 2008-09, scored 23 goals in the group stage, but that was before it lost playmaker Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona. Put it this way, they have a better team than they had when they were last crowned as European champions back in 2005, with a miracle run that ended with a never to be forgotten final against AC Milan in Istanbul 13 years ago proving that anything is possible in this game.
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Goalkeeper: The Reds boss has rotated his keepers in Europe this season but he refused to confirm that Simon Mignolet would be recalled tomorrow night so I think Loris Karius will keep his place between the sticks.
And it's for that reason that Klopp is very unlikely to change his front three of Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah. If Liverpool are in touching distance of Porto heading into the second leg, I would fancy them to get through and yet the confidence (some would say arrogance) of some to suggest that this is an easy draw baffles me. I can imagine a bit because you ask me about it.
"But to be honest, they've not played 20 times against a team like us. As often as he can be, that's good", opined Klopp.
'All the Portuguese coaches working in England are doing a great job but it's a different context and game - this is the Champions League'.
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"Of course they [Firmino, Salah and Mané] are fantastic players but we don't have to think about that". It is not about who we play it is about how we play and what we do. "It's about the players and their decision making and doing the right thing in the right moment".
At the other end, Cameroon's Joel Matip could be one of the men charged with keeping Porto's three-headed dragon of African forwards at bay, with the Portuguese giants' continental trio boasting the pace, invention and finishing quality to cause problems for any backline.
'We want to go as far as we can go in this competition'.
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