Liverpool left-back Andy Robertson is hopeful that the famous Anfield atmosphere on big European nights can help inspire him and his team-mates to victory over Manchester City tonight in their highly anticipated Champions League quarter-final clash.
Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola’s sides go head-to-head in what promises to be an epic encounter full of high intensity attacking football.
Liverpool are the only team to have beaten runaway league leaders City this season, when they triumphed 4-3 at Anfield in January, in what was a hugely exciting affair.
Scotland international Robertson has revealed that his side should try and use the vocal home support to their advantage tonight, as they look to once again repeat the level of performance they put in the last time the sides met.
“Everyone knows Liverpool fans take to the Champions League very well. That’s probably when they create their most famous atmospheres.” Roberston told the pre match press conference.
“In the Champions League they take it up a level and I am sure that will be the case tomorrow.
“Hopefully they create an atmosphere that helps us and we can use that to our advantage.”