Liverpool-Villarreal: Klopp’s great caution ahead of return match

Despite his men’s 2-0 win over Villarreal on Wednesday evening in the first leg of the Champions League semi-final, Jurgen Klopp did not want to ignite the end of the meeting. Everything remains to be done in the second leg for the Liverpool coach.

Don’t count on Jurgen Klopp to see himself already at the Stade de France, where the Grand Final of this Champions League 2021-2022 will take place. This Wednesday evening, following Liverpool’s win against Villarreal in the first leg of the semi-final (2-0), the Reds’ German coach showed his great caution ahead of the return match next Tuesday at the Ceramics Stadium (9 p.m.). The Indian Paper 1).

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“There is work to be done, nothing is over. We are 2-0 at half-time, we have to be 100% concentrated, in the right attitude not to go to the rescue of anything.”, to Klopp Assured in the press conference. There will be a difficult environment, they give everything, they fight all the time. The best thing to do, on return, is to forget the 2-0 first leg, to tell ourselves we are 0-0 and to try to win on the return.”

“We had to stay very positive” against Villarreal’s lower block

Facing the reporters, Klopp also paid tribute to Villarreal, who caused concern for the Reds for their too-tight defense. “We had to be very positive, try, fail, try, fail but try again. What I love most about Villarreal is that they ax as soon as they come out of the pressure. There are dangers with passes. We had to put in a lot of players to get the ball back and when we didn’t get it, we were out of position. But we did it well.”

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