Liverpool's commanding Dutch defender produced a solid performance at the back as he guided his side to the Champions League quarter-finals.
"So even playing away from home, we worked well during the week, we were confident for the game here".
"It was brilliant", he said when asked about Van Dijk's performance, per Goal. "We will see what we can do with it but it is a fantastic sign". We are back on the landscape. I think we played very well, we knew how to have a good time in the game, when we had to slow a bit more, keep the ball a little more, we knew how to do it.
GETTY IMAGESVirgil van Dijk outjleaps the Bayern defence to head in Liverpool's second goal from James Milner's cross
The teams will learn their fate at Friday's draw, with this year's final taking place at Atletico Madrid's Wanda Metropolitano stadium on June 1.
'It's a hard place to come.
"They attacked us high up, were compact and made it hard for us". There were not too many hard situations in and around our box and that is a massive sign. Playing your best football, free-flowing, is not possible against this team because you can not use your speed really. That makes me really proud and happy because I think this club deserves recognition and awareness again.
Liverpool have five European Cups in the trophy cabinet and we want no other Premier League team to nab one. The only shadow is Hendo twisting his ankle, but it is Hendo so hopefully not too serious. It looks serious enough, and when you have to change in the middle of the park it's not ideal, ' said Klopp. "I don't know why because sometimes we tried to push Liverpool but it was two versus four players and that's why we didn't create much - and that's not our game".Читайте также: Well played Usman Khawaja: Major General Ghafoor trolls India after Australia thrashing
Mane opened the scoring with a delicate finish in the 26th minute and added Liverpool's third in the 84th by heading in Mohamed Salah's cross as Bayern desperately sought a way back into the game.
"We can't be polite about these things".
It takes an extra-special player to inspire a team to Champions League glory, and during this decade, it has usually been Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi who has been the difference in terms of elevating his side above the rest. "I am not like this".При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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