Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp claims that his side do not have a lot to lose in the Champions League second leg against Real Madrid.
The Premier league defending Champion lost the first leg game to the Spanish team in the first leg of the game.
Jurgen Klopp claims that his side will go out in the second leg of the clash against Madrid and prove themselves.
“When you’re 3-1 down it looks like you are already out” Klopp says, “that means you have not a lot to lose, let me say it like this.”
“We will give it a try, I think that’s the job we have to do and that’s exactly how we will go for it, if you want. It’s a result of the performances on the night – they were better than us, we were not as good as we could have been or should have been. But it’s the first half of the [tie].”
The Reds have done a come back against Spanish team Barcelona the last time they won the Champions league and the Reds manager says they will create their own atmosphere in the absence of fans.
“We have to, we have to. It’s not the first interview I had today and everybody is [talking] about our comebacks in the past and it was with supporters and stuff like this.
“That’s true. But [there are] a lot of problems we will face before we have even a chance to win that game – and that’s actually the idea, that we try to win the football game tomorrow night – and it’s just one extra problem, no supporters in the stadium.
“The result [in the first leg] is a problem, the quality of the opponent is a problem and then obviously that the stadium is empty is a problem as well.”