UCL: Liverpool vs Real Madrid 2023

It’s again Liverpool vs Real Madrid in the UCL match tonight.

One thing we all know is that the return at the right time helped Klopp’s army

Surely to revive the opportunity to compete for a spot in the Top 4

Now and at the same time boost their spirits before the great battle of Real Madrid

Yes, the opponent who defeated them in the final. Champions League last season.

We know Liverpool will be looking for response in the Champions League



We all know that the baggage that Liverpool is about to enter the first leg of the 1/8 Champions League round of 16 tonight is relatively impressive

And now they have won 2 matches against very difficult opponents, Everton in the Merseyside derby, and Newcastle – the dark horse of the Foreign. England this season.

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Is it turning point for Liverpool?

An impressive six days for Liverpool saw them claim consecutive wins to nil, closing to within six points of fourth-placed Newcastle after a win at St James’ Park. Now Jurgen Klopp’s side return to European action, aiming to claim revenge for their loss to Real Madrid in last season’s final.

The Reds may have lost out to Real in Paris, but the European champions have only won one of their previous seven away games against English sides in the Champions League (D2 L4).

Now while the visitors were recently crowned world champions, this season ahsn’t exactly gone to plan for them. They trail Barcelona domestically and their record in Europe should offer Liverpool some hope.

Klopp’s team has only lost once in the round of 16 of the Champions League in the past 5 years, against Real’s neighbor Atletico Madrid in the 2019-2020 season. Liverpool’s unbeaten streak at Anfield is currently seven matches in Europe’s most prestigious arena.

However, it’s clear that the opposite side of the field, the spirit of Real Madrid players was very high after winning the FIFA Club World Cup.

Of course this is shown by the Vulture defeating Elche (4-0) and Osasuna (2-0) in the last 2 matches. In all competitions, the defending champion C1 has a record of winning the last 4 matches.

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