Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool are back where we belong

Jurgen Klopp insists Liverpool won't understimate Porto AFP

Jurgen Klopp insists Liverpool won't understimate Porto AFP

They deserve to be there and we all know they will be tough teams.

Liverpool are now in the hat for Friday's Champions League quarter-final/semi-final draw.

"We knew that it would be a very tough game, but I think in both games we were playing too defensive", the Poland worldwide told Viasport.

Van Dijk told Liverpool's official website of the message passed on by an ambitious boss: "Obviously be fearless when we have the ball, make sure everyone wants the ball and when we defend, defend all together".

Liverpool's commanding Dutch defender produced a solid performance at the back as he guided his side to the Champions League quarter-finals.

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The Dutchman was imperious in last night's Champions League win over Bayern Munich, both by getting on the scoresheet and nullifying Robert Lewandowski. We got to the Europa League final in 2016. He has brought the same defensive organisation, but with more time and space to use his ball-playing abilities, he has also enabled Liverpool to be more dynamic playing out from the back.

"We knew how they would definitely set up and how they would probably come for us as well, and I think we did fantastic". "We are in the fight for first position in the league, but we want to play in the Champions League as well, which is the tournament we want to go far in, we want to give everything in this competition as well". They needed more of those goals on Wednesday, but never got them. If Barcelona comes here, if Real Madrid comes here, Manchester City, it is not that they expect to win.

"But, to be fair, we did have top centre-halves at the time as well".

"It is always a weird feeling playing an English team in Europe. But we have shown over the last few years what we can do and hopefully we can keep putting in performances and kick on". "That's unlucky for him, isn't it?"

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