Trent Alexander-Arnold admits Liverpool face a huge task to turn around a 3-0 deficit to Barcelona on Tuesday, but admits the side have a ‘sense of belief’ ahead of their Champions League semi-final second leg.
Jurgen Klopp’s side were beaten 3-0 at the Nou Camp last week, with goals from Luis Suarez and a Lionel Messi brace putting the Spanish giants in a commanding position to reach the final.
Liverpool will also be without star attackers Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino for Tuesday’s clash at Anfield through injury, though full-back Alexander-Arnold says the club remain positive of completing a miraculous comeback.
‘I think we’ve obviously had decent results this season where we’ve scored more than three goals.
‘Being at home helps us, we’ll have the fans behind us and there’s still that sense of belief. We know it’s going to be really hard, it’s not going to be a walk in the park and everyone has got to be realistic, but we’ve definitely still got that belief within ourselves, in the changing room, that anything is possible, especially at Anfield.
‘Hopefully we will be able to produce one of those special nights here.’