Published: Thu, May 17, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Firmino never satisfied at Liverpool

Firmino never satisfied at Liverpool

Liverpool FC are now preparing for their Champions League showdown against Real Madrid in Kiev at the end of the month as they bid to try and win their first trophy under the German manager. But we showed our strength and were able to even win that game, too. We've scored seven goals twice and five goals twice, too. "They're a good team, they have a great coach and a very hard match awaits us". And performing at such a high level is very cool.

'It's been a insane ride.

"It's all part of a plan that catapults us back into our rightful place among Europe's elite".

Can's performances for Liverpool have inevitably been overshadowed recently by the exploits of the Reds' front three of Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mané. However, Klopp chose their 5-0 thumping of Porto as his highlight.

"There are moments..." Klopp began, when asked to explain such passages of play. There are a few moments that are hard [to overcome] but when you've overcome them, you can go even further for another 30 minutes. We entered the competition for the first time in a while and we quickly realised that we had a good chance.

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The 26-year-old Brazil worldwide has netted 27 goals for Liverpool in all competitions so far this campaign and was recently rewarded with a new long-term contract. And that helped us all in all.

'Football should be more oriented to finishing every attack with a shot on target. And that's what we do whenever possible.

'Let's just live in hope that Manchester United win the FA Cup and Ronaldo - our friend and boy Cristiano - turns up, scores a lovely little hat-trick, puts us out of our misery in the second half and lets us relax.

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