'Two video games at residence and will probably be sufficient to win one sport and draw after which we're penalised on this state of affairs'. The Reds are a point better off.
"Now there is hope".
"The only way to put a bit of pressure is this, to get three points in every game".
"We are winning and our opponents are dropping points". But our future is not in our hands.
"We have a final next Sunday", Klopp said looking ahead to the visit of Brighton.
Huddersfield head coach David Wagner: "We will try to make an impossible task possible".
Victor Moses was also impressive in both facets of his game.
"I am very, very excited to go to the Champions League final". Did I think it would happen? This will be a massive inspiration to the Blues but I am not sure it will be enough. That's the situation. Everything else is absolutely OK.
"As you know, our job is not simple, not easy".
"I'm confident because if we play with that kind of mentality, we can have nice things". "That doesn't sound like a holiday trip for me".
At their best, the Liverpool attack perform as a collective unit, but Jenas suggests a concern with who will secure the top scorer tag has led to a decline in their game. "They show just how brilliant Jurgen Klopp's men have been, and how much they deserve to be in the final". Really? I hear you ask. Ok.
Klopp expressed annoyance that Antonio Rudiger, Salah's former Roma team-mate, continually grappled with the Egyptian without punishment.
"That's not what I want to see, that's not what he wants to do".
Liverpool started on the front foot with Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane forcing goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois into smart saves.
"They are very unsafe with the three strikers and it's impressive the way they attack and have combinations between them. Today he played a very good game, he worked very hard with and without the ball and I'm pleased with the performance of the whole team".