09 Mar 2022 | 02:43 | Football
Behind the scenes of The Kop .’s 2018/19 Champions League victory
Welcoming Inter Milan with the advantage of having won 2-0 in the first leg, Liverpool as usual still held dominant control as usual. However, on a day when the home players proved ungrateful, they were unable to successfully capitalize on the opportunities created. Even The Kop was conceded in the 61st minute by Lautaro Martinez’s super product.
Losing the minimum, coach Jurgen Klopp’s teachers and students still won the right to continue when they won the final after two matches with a score of 2-1. However, Liverpool’s streak of 29 unbeaten matches at home, lasting 366 days has been severed.
Speaking after the game, Klopp said: “The art of football is to lose the right match.
I still hate it but if there’s a game we can lose it’s this one, because the main goal of the Champions League is to qualify.
I’m really happy when we go through , because when we saw the draw it was a tough one, but we got through two legs and I think we deserved it.
It was a bit ridiculous that we missed the chance – Liverpool could still win the game in the end. The only thing I care about is that we went on fairly.”