Despite home: FC Liverpool turns off Inter Milan in the Champions League

Team Manager Jürgen Klopp has reached the quarterfinals of the Champions League in his seventh year at the FC Liverpool for the fourth time.

In the second leg against Inter Milan, however, the Reds had to shake again: In the end, a 0: 1 (0: 0) defeated at the Anfield Road, because the Premier League club had won the first leg at the Italian master 2: 0.

Lautaro Martínez had the guests with a dream goal in the 61st minute hope again. Two minutes later, Alexis Sánchez Inters efforts proved a beard when he flew with yellow-red from the square.

Robin Gosens was not used after his long injury break at Milan.

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Klopp renounced 50-million-euro new entry Luis Diaz and Captain Jordan Henderson in the starting eleven, his team after initial problems still had everything under control.

Only the gate was missing: the ex-Schalke Joel Matip headed on the lath, a few seconds later, the second central defender Virgil van Dijk failed at the head (31.). As a precautionary, the English international Trent Alexander-Arnold shone each.

Inters catching up hunting stopped

Even after the break, the Königsklassen winner of 2019 was initially the determining team, Superstar Mohamed Salah (52nd) met the post.

When Martínez met exactly into the angle, it became exciting again. Salah once again met the post (73.), in the detention time of the former Bayern players saved Arturo Vidal for Inter the shot of substitute Diaz.

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For Liverpool tore two series: After twelve mandatory games in a row, the spread of the Speed ​​of the Premier League was for the first time.

In addition, the Klopp team missed the eighth victory in the eighth Champions League game of the season. This feat has so far only succeeded in FC Barcelona (2002/03) and Bayern Munich (2019/20).