"For the spirit and the solidarity it was a strong game".
Once again, Klopp will lay his trust in the Brazilian pair of Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino to lead the Liverpool frontline - they have ably done so throughout the season, popping up at timely moments to provide vital assists or goals.
"You need to be ready for the final moments".
"I was happy to have the opportunity to bring him on the pitch".
Daniel Sturridge is such a talented player and remains one of the best finishers in England. "For us it's good news that he's now available". That is unfortunately how it is. Even Daniel Sturridge can not perform [when he is] like this so he needs a physical situation.
If Firmino is ruled out, then Daniel Sturridge could be haned a starting role having returned to full fitness.
FORMER West Ham United defender, Alan Stephenson, was delighted to see the Hammers secure their Premier League status with a victory over London rivals Tottenham Hotspur last week.
"It is obviously different (moving up from the under-23s) but the first team made it so much easier because they are so good with young kids they made it normal".
Capitals overwhelm Penguins 5-2 to force Game 7
The Penguins have championship pedigree, it will take everything they have Wednesday night to advance to the Conference Finals. Burakovsky forced a turnover by Penguins defenseman Ron Hainsey, moved to the right post and flipped the puck in off Fleury.
Lucas will train today.
"These last few weeks he's been 50/50 but no he can't play".
"Roberto is a real mentality player, he wants always to be involved and we need to make decisions for him".
"We left him out of training". The striker's return from injury earned him 22 minutes' worth of playing time at Anfield against Southampton.
The match will be broadcast on Sky Sports 1 and follows on immediately after the game between Crystal Palace and Hull City. According to the Daily Star, The Brazil worldwide has missed first-team training this week but is expected to train tomorrow.
He was released on a free in 2014, when he was snapped up by fellow Premier League side Liverpool. He was joined by a hologram of Diego Simeone and Carlo Ancelotti in person.
They're direct, aggressive in the air and don't care in the slightest for possession-but they've also only conceded twice in their last five matches, bizarrely both times against the league's bottom side Sunderland.