Barcelona were rocking, with memories of Rome - where they crashed out after holding a 4-1 first-leg lead - flooding back as Wijnaldum rose highest to emphatically convert Shaqiri's 56th-minute centre.
"Yes, there is a big chance".
Klopp, outwardly at least, insists the job against Ernesto Valverde's side is not an insurmountable one even without the injured pair of Mohamed Salah (concussion) and Roberto Firmino (muscle tear). "It's almost sure. It's guaranteed", he said of the 19-year-old Londoner's involvement.
"I wouldn't be surprised if he did something a little bit different - play two up front instead of three and pack the midfield", Mills told Football Insider.
Firmino was replaced by Daniel Sturridge in the starting lineup against Newcastle, while substitute Divock Origi came on for Salah to score a late winning goal.
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It is hoped if he can maintain the progress showed moving through the youth team ranks at the club's Kirkby academy he could save the club millions in the transfer market as Klopp looks to freshen up his forward line. Barcelona's defense was inexplicably not paying attention on a corner kick, leading to an easy goal that ended their Champions League dreams. We have to be ready because I think that is where they had the upper hand.
The memory of Lionel Messi's stunning first leg performance still lingers in the air in Liverpool. His outrageous free-kick will go down in Champions League history, but Barcelona and Messi will be looking to avoid any surprises at Anfield tonight.
"I would imagine that the players will be rocking before we score". They made a good start by beating Valencia 3-1 in the home leg but Thursday's game will be hard; the way Arsenal have been going in their away games, you look and wonder 'what the f*ck is going on?!'
"Being at Liverpool helped me in so many ways, it made me more professional, it helped me mature. You see the opportunity", he said. I know a lot of the supporters out there were outraged by some of the things that he did.