Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp admits he struggled to put his feelings into words after winning the Club World Cup.
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Roberto Firmino scored the goal which saw Liverpool crowned Club World Cup champions on a night which did little to enhance FIFA’s decision to stage major tournaments in Qatar.
Manager Jurgen Klopp likened Liverpool winning a first Club World Cup to landing on the moon but admits he could not care less if they do not get lauded for lifting the trophy.
Flamengo midfielder Everton Ribeiro insists the players will dedicate the Club World Cup to the academy players who were killed in a fire earlier this year if they beat Liverpool in Doha.
Goalkeeper Alisson Becker is keen to make history by securing Liverpool’s first Club World Cup.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp admits winning the Club World Cup will do little to change the attitude towards it back home – but for him and the players it is currently the most important competition.
Midfielder Adam Lallana believes winning is an “addiction” and he and the rest of the squad are hooked on securing more silverware.
Former Manchester City and Barcelona midfielder Yaya Toure believes racism in football is getting worse because “fans are more stupid than before”.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp admits Flamengo will present a tough test in the Club World Cup final in Qatar but promised his side will be “different” on Saturday.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp believes there is plenty more to come from Naby Keita despite the midfielder being in his best form since he joined the club.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was fearful his injury-hit squad would be forced to endure unwanted extra time until substitute Roberto Firmino rescued them with another late goal.
Liverpool may be 3,000 miles from home but the end result continues to remain the same as substitute Roberto Firmino scored a stoppage-time winner against Monterrey to put them into the final of the Club World Cup.
Defenders Ki-Jana Hoever and Sepp Van Den Berg and goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher are all flying out to join Liverpool’s senior squad in Qatar.
Forward Mohamed Salah is expected to be the central figure in Liverpool’s Club World Cup semi-final against Monterrey in more ways than one.
Liverpool midfielder James Milner insists the players are driven by the desire to be serial trophy winners and to not be remembered solely for their Champions League triumph.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp side-stepped questions about Qatar’s human rights record ahead of the Reds’ first match in the Club World Cup in Doha.
Monterrey coach Antonio Mohamed insists his side have not come just to participate in the Club World Cup in Qatar and nothing is impossible against red-hot favourites Liverpool.
Liverpool teenager Neco Williams admits his first-team debut went too quickly for his liking but he will be hoping for more pitch time having flown to Qatar for the Club World Cup.
Liverpool have confirmed they will take a full-strength squad to Qatar for the Club World Cup later this month.