UEFA Champions League 2017-2018 Quarterfinals: Liverpool Vs. Man City, Start Time, Live Stream, Preview, Odds, Liverpool are in the last eight of the Europe’s premier club competition for the first time since 2009 as they look to end their six-year trophy drought.
The Reds have won five of their last six matches in the English top-flight as they settle for the third spot in the domestic league. Their most recent match was a 2-1 victory over Crystal Palace on the road at Selhurst Park last Saturday. Liverpool have confirmed that Joel Matip is set to undergo surgery on a thigh injury, which means he is out of the game, while full-back Joe Gomez is ruled out after sustaining an ankle injury during international duty with England.
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Palace netted the opening goal of the contest with a penalty kick in the 13th minute, but Liverpool fought back with two goals in the second half, courtesy of forwards Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah, to complete the come-from-behind win. Everybody knows pretty much everything. I meet people over the world, they can tell me each goal Liverpool scored 37 years ago in the 56th minute. I think there are 10 players that did that and they can say the names. That’s all good and I like that.
Frequent injuries have since impacted the Germany global, but when fit he has continued to be an asset to Pep Guardiola’s City, who face Klopp and Liverpool in the Champions League quarter-final. “The way Liverpool play is so complicated for us”. What Klopp said made him a “proper striker” was that he barely flickered on Palace’s radar for much of Saturday’s match,