Van Dijk gives Sterling his PFA Player of the Year vote

Posted April 10, 2019

That was as Klopp's side powered their way to the Champions League final, eventually being beaten by Real Madrid after two Loris Karius howlers.

Van Dijk and Sterling are both contenders to win this year's award as Liverpool and City vie for Premier League glory.

Starting Riyad Mahrez over Leroy Sane and leaving Kevin De Bruyne on the bench for Ilkay Gundogan was probably created to make Man City a bit safer, but instead left the side stale. There were some good moments in the game [but] obviously we can do better. "Brilliant play and I liked it".

"I'm glad he can show it".

"That's 65 goals for us overall in nearly two seasons - a genuinely staggering figure".

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"We want to write a few proper things in our book this season".

It was the type of goal Manchester City have made a habit of scoring this season, and Liverpool can't quite escape that comparison.

Liverpool comes into the match "on fire", according to manager Jürgen Klopp.

We probably didn't have as many chances as we wish in the second half but controlling happens in different ways.

With the defence of their domestic titles seeming a formality, Barcelona and Juventus can now focus on the Champions League.

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Danilo have admitted that Liverpool are going into the tie having the upper hand but assured they will aim to make life hard for Jurgen Klopp's men.

I could have voted for Bernardo Silva as well and another couple of players from City. "We scored two goals and controlled the ball most of the time", he said.

The match begins at 3 p.m. ET and can be seen on United States television on Univision Deportes and UniMas. "It was deflected, yes, but the boys worked the situation really well, and that was the half-space we wanted to use". "[Laughs]. That's what I think and I give my all the best". Magnificent, Liverpool go 2-0 up!

The figures from Deloitte's Sports Business Group looked at the financial performance of the last eight clubs in this year's competition, taking data from their Money League Report. But we knew we can not decide it here'. "Porto will try everything to strike back and that will be a really tough game again".

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