I left Liverpool through the back door.
Despite all the focus on Manchester City chasing a quadruple, Liverpool are still pursuing a Premier League-Champions League double - something not achieved since Manchester United managed it in 2008 - and with Van Dijk in such peerless form, you can not write them off.
Which side do you think will be crowned Bundesliga champions this season?
"The game didn't look like Bayern ever outplayed us".
"My analysis was based on Bayern tradition and Bayern I think for nine consecutive years they go to the quarter-final - so I think it's the first time in nine years that they don't go", he continued.
"That puts them now in of course a good position for the Champions League fight".
"To lose the captain that early was hard but we dealt with it well".
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While Liverpool's preference may be to win a first English title since 1990, City's Abu Dhabi owners hired Pep Guardiola with the specific goal of reigning in Europe. So, while this could be a break from the usual routine, away from the intensity of the domestic title race where every hint of...
"So when they score goals, a lot of it is between themselves".
"We have to be ready and focus on our own game, and then we will see what comes of it at the end of the season".
"A goalkeeper has to come out at this moment, to stop the striker eventually passing through", Kovac said after the game. It [the scan result] was the best we could get, I would say but still not good enough. "A good season, his best with us", said the Holland worldwide. "You can only take positives". Manchester City trashed Schalke 04 7-0 in Manchester and ensured their role as favorites.
"Ah, yes. That's unlucky for him, isn't it?" said Milner with a wry smile. I knew we had a chance but I didn't expect it would happen, but the boys made it happen and it was really brilliant.
"We did not get the support he [Lewandowski] needs".
It brings back memories of the 2000s and the two successive seasons when England provided four quarter-finalists, along with six finalists in five years and two winners - Liverpool in 2005 and Manchester United in 2008.