'I don't care right now' - Robertson has the last laugh over Suarez
- Author: Rosalie Stanley May 08, 2019,
May 08, 2019, 1:39
Having Son Heung-min back in particular is a big boost and we know that Spurs have the quality on their day to beat anyone but I fear this will be a step too far against a top-quality Ajax side.
"Salah is a very important player, has been in the top three in the world the last couple of years", he told a news conference.
It is the second year running that Salah has suffered the cruellest of luck in the Champions League - in last season's final he had to leave the field with an injured shoulder after he was wrestled to the ground by Sergio Ramos.
Alisson was also back into his work as Suarez sprung the Reds' offside trap - a stop that looked even more vital when Wijnaldum drove Alexander-Arnold's next delivery from open play through Ter Stegen's grasp.
"It's the Champions League and you want to be a part of it. If you have to fine me, fine me", Klopp said as the BT presenter rushed to apologize for the choice language. Xabi Alonso astonishingly drew the scores level, tucking in the rebound after his penalty was saved.
But before their second clash, Liverpool fans have attempted to put off their European rivals.
What it does mean is that unlikely heroes have the chance to etch their name into club folklore, by majorly contributing in Liverpool's attempt of reaching Champions League final at the Wanda Metropolitano on 1 June.
Edin Dzeko struck in the sixth minute to give Roma some hope and the belief was flowing when long-term captain Daniele De Rossi converted a penalty to increase Barca's nerves.
Talisman Mo Salah is missing after suffering a concussion in Saturday's Premier League win over Newcastle with fellow attacker Roberto Firmino also absent, making the task even more hard. With eight minutes to go, Kostas Manolas completed the comeback to spark remarkable scenes of celebration at the Stadio Olimpico.