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Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool still have work to do

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Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp believes that they still have work to do in Spain after his side’s comfortable 2-0 victory at Anfield in the Champions League. The deadlock was broken through an unfortunate own goal by the leg, Pervis Estupinan in the 53rd minute before Sadio Mane sealed the win two minutes later. Klopp revealed that it is only half-time in the tie while Emery believes Liverpool will find it much tougher in the away leg.

“The way we played, the way we defended very well, the way we attacked very well. We had to score goals. It was clear we had to keep going. Villarreal, in one moment, when they can get out of the press, they are immediately a threat. If we don’t win the ball there, we are in between everything. We did that well most of the time,” Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp said. “Two-nil on aggregate but it is halftime. No more, no less. Nothing has happened yet. If you play a game and are 2-0 at halftime, you have to be 100 percent on alert. We know we will go there and it will be a tricky atmosphere for us. If they beat us 2-0 over there and go to the final they deserve it.”

“We can’t tell nothing about the victory because they deserve it. The first half for us was really good,” Villareal boss Unai Emery said. “They had two or three chances to score. But the second half was the same and they pushed and they deserved to score. 2-0 is a good difference for them. For us, it’s not a good result but we are going to dream to do something in our home with our supporters. The match next week will be very different from tonight. It’s very important to change something next week in our home, maybe tactically.”

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