The second leg of the ‘Jürgen Klopp derby’ starts all even, though an away goal in Dortmund may have left the manager’s current club Liverpool with a slender advantage.
The ‘Jürgen Klopp derby’ concludes at Anfield, with the manager’s current club Liverpool FC eager to finish off his old side Borussia Dortmund in the Uefa Europa League quarterfinals.
Divock Origi’s first-half strike gave Liverpool a priceless away goal in last week’s Europa League quarter-final first leg against the tournament favourites at Signal Iduna Park.
But the Reds manager has vowed to treat the second leg against in-form Dortmund at Anfield like a completely new game as Liverpool try and reach the last four of the competition.
Liverpool are unbeaten in seven European home matches – four wins (only one of them by a margin of more than one goal) and three 1-1 draws, which suggests a tense night in prospect against Dortmund.
Liverpool are the only club to make it from the start of the group stage to matchday 11 unbeaten, with four victories and seven draws – more than any other side in the 2015/16 tournament. Naija and Bet Continue reading “Uefa Europa League : Liverpool vs Borussia Dortmund Preview”