Liverpool will face Premier League rivals Manchester City in the quarter-final of the Champions League this Wednesday at Anfield.
This mouthwatering fixture between two superb attacking sides is definitely one of the biggest games the Anfield club has been involved in since Jurgen Klopp became manager in October 2015.
Although Man City are the slight favourites to progress over two legs, Liverpool are the only Premier League team to beat the Citizens this season. Reds fan will also be confident of their chances due to the fact that no manager has beaten Pep Guardiola more often during his career then Jurgen Klopp.
Speaking to UEFA.com in the build up to this highly anticipated encounter, the Anfield club’s German coach revealed that he is doing his best to bring success back to Anfield after an 11 year trophy drought.
“I’m aware that the overall feeling is positive towards me but I have no idea what exactly the fans think of me. I’m not too worried about that, actually,”
“The point here is that I’m trying to do my best so we can be successful, just as everyone else does.
“I’m not here by chance – coming here was a conscious decision. I was aware of the club’s situation and the unique nature of the fans, and everything was very familiar to me.
“Very few things in my life have come trouble-free, but I’m here today despite all that. And Liverpool FC’s history is very similar. It’s been a tough one, but also a very successful one.
“Now we’re going through a long dry spell and I feel somehow responsible for that.” Klopp said.