Liverpool had to come from behind to hold Napoli to a draw in their Champions League clash at Anfield last night, and will need at least a point in their final group game at Red Bull Salzburg to guarantee advancing to the last-16 despite now topping Group E.
They will likely need a win against Red Bull Salzburg to top the group and a draw to progress as Napoli will face whipping boys Genk on the last day of the group stage.
Watch 20 live Premier League games this December, exclusive to Prime Video. "Come on, I am four years in, tell me when it was easy", Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp told LiverpoolFC.com.
"It was clear that we wanted to finish it tonight", said Klopp.
"So much for those who try to do us down and say players don't perform because of contracts that haven't been renewed, let this game be the definitive response".
"Every player who gets injured, we are anxious so we were anxious when Fabinho was laying down on the ground but also when Virgil was". We knew long before the game that it would be hard against Napoli.
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Several Napoli players have reportedly been handed heavy fines after they refused to attend a training camp organised by De Laurentiis, and Carlo Ancelotti's side headed into Wednesday's meeting at Anfield without a win in six matches in all competitions.
A year later we again left it late to secure qualification from the group. The Brazil midfielder will be assessed over the next 48 hours.
"Of course you want to finish it early but that is the situation, it comes to the last game so there is nothing we can change about it any more", he said.
Klopp still has time to settle the problem and it seems they've become more fragile at the back since the injury suffered by Joel Matip. He has pain, so that's not good.
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