Liverpool fan describes Mohamed Salah goal to blind supporter in heartwarming moment
- Author: Rosalie Stanley Dec 15, 2018,
Dec 15, 2018, 0:32
The Reds were guilty of missing numerous opportunities over the course of the game, and were nearly left to rue their profligacy in front of goal when Carlo Ancelotti's side turned up the pressure in the dying minutes.
"No, I think he deserves a fantastic recognition because what he's doing, him and the board, is a fantastic thing for the club and it's going to be there forever. I'm not bored of it, of course". We have to continue with the right mentality, the physicality stronger again - I think that's coming back to where we want to be - and the tempo of the side and the energy.
"We'll see the priority of the player, the priority of the club".
The moment gave me goosebumps.
By the time the January window closes Tottenham should be close to moving into their new stadium. "There are a lot of questions about VAR, but when VAR comes in the Champions League it will be too late".
To do so they would need to be installed in mid-February, but no opening date was announced in Wednesday's update. "I should also like to take this opportunity to wish you and your families well over the festive break".
"They needed one goal so it could fall [apart], but in the end we did well and we got the job done". The four countries put 12 teams in total into the round of 16, with all four of England's entrants advancing for the second straight season.
The lifelong Liverpool fan was born with sight problems and has been registered blind since he was seven years old. In the home games we played, we showed our class.
Attack: Lucas Moura came off the bench to score Tottenham's crucial goal at the Nou Camp so he should be rewarded with a start in attack against Burnley on Saturday afternoon.
"The confidence is always good if you manage it in the right way", he said. "As soon as you make an error, you can be punished".
"It's obviously going to be hard because they've got some great players but that's part and parcel of being a defender in the Premier League".