'There will be fire!' - Klopp promises another Liverpool vs Man City classic

'There will be fire!' - Klopp promises another Liverpool vs Man City classic

'There will be fire!' - Klopp promises another Liverpool vs Man City classic

"We knew coming here would be hard, I thought the lads reacted brilliantly to grind out a result".

Asked what he had learned from the sides' two encounters this season, Klopp said: "You should finish the game with 11 men! It is about tactics but there will be fire in the game, and it's at Anfield so the atmosphere will be good".

What Klopp said made him a "proper striker" was that he barely flickered on Palace's radar for much of Saturday's match, trotting around Selhurst Park's peripheries, until he collected the ball in the box in the 84th minute and everyone in the ground knew what would come next.

"He's a great player and he helps us to win games". "It's absolutely bad, but we don't know exactly what it is yet".

Liverpool suffered a heavy 5-0 defeat to the runaway league leaders in September after Sadio Mane was sent off for the visitors at the Etihad.

"We will see", he said.

While McAllister is not against that, he believes the players manager Jurgen Klopp has at his disposal are good enough.

Crystal Palace are the first team to lose three consecutive Premier League home games thanks to goals conceded in the final 10 minutes (88thvs Tottenham, 90th vs Man Utd and 84thvs Liverpool).

City boss Guardiola said: "Not just him (Salah) - Mane and Firmino, all three, they are nearly unstoppable".

Every league in Europe has been given a difficulty factor, which is multiplied by the amount of goals a player has scored in order to determine his points tally.

Sergio Aguero missed the win over Everton as he recovers from a knee injury and Guardiola says it's too early to say whether he will be fit enough to face Liverpool.

The Reds host City at Anfield in the first leg of their quarter-final tie on Wednesday night, resuming a rivalry which has seen 12 goals scored in the last two meetings between the teams.

"Maybe one of the biggest achievements of that team is that they could play a season so far like they have played without Adam Lallana".

Four minutes later, Arnautovic doubled West Ham's lead and celebrated by shouting angrily towards Saints boss Mark Hughes, who fell out with the Austrian when they were together at Stoke. It was something I never saw in my life. Germany in 1990 didn't celebrate winning the World Cup like this. "That was real pressure".

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