News : Liverpool – Real Madrid in the live stream: Watch the Champions League live on the Internet

News : Liverpool – Real Madrid in the live stream: Watch the Champions League live on the Internet

Jürgen Klopp wants the next Champions League miracle with Liverpool. After the 1: 3 in the first leg at Toni Kroos and Real Madrid, it should be on Wednesday (9 p.m.) against the Spanish champions give the next magical evening on Anfield. “If we realize that it is possible, then we have a chance,” said the coach of the English football champions.

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    Real’s arch-rival FC Barcelona had his experience with the Reds two years ago in the semi-finals of the premier class. Barça won 3-0 in the first leg, then the Catalans were dismantled 4-0 on Merseyside. “We’ll see if the past helps,” said Klopp. “But there were a few players.”

    Klopp also shook the royal family badly. “We lost 3-0 with Dortmund at Real Madrid a few years ago. Journalists then asked me if it was for us. In the second leg we suddenly led 2-0,” said the 53-year-old. In 2014 the end came for BVB and his coach at the time, but there should be a happy ending for Klopp on Wednesday. Otherwise, after the Champions League victory in 2019 and the English championship last year, there will be another season without a title for the first time.

    Klopp on Real: “You are currently in a good mood”

    In addition to the first leg result, there is one more point that will not make things easier for Liverpool. The missing spectators in the local Anfield Road. Klopp called it an “extra problem”, because the enthusiastic Liverpool fans were able to influence many opponents through the volume. “We can’t take the comebacks for granted, not without the fans in the stadium. So we have to get in the mood. It looks like we’re going to be eliminated. But it also means we don’t have much to lose.”

    And then there is still an opponent. The Spanish champions and championship leaders are bursting with self-confidence. First, Zinedine Zidane’s team won 3-1 against Liverpool, followed by a 2-1 win in Clásico against FC Barcelona on Saturday. “You are in a good mood at the moment,” said Klopp.

    In terms of personnel, however, the Spaniards suffered a few setbacks. The already injured captain Sergio Ramos tested positive for the corona virus on Tuesday. The French world champion Raphael Varane is also in quarantine. “We are in a good position but we know how difficult it is at Anfield,” said goalkeeper Thibault Courtois.

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