Bayern's last Champions League triumph came in 2013 as they defeated Borussia Dortmund at Wembley, but since then they have never been able to get across the line in Europe. They know it's a tough place to come. There were not too many hard situations in and around our box and that is a massive sign.
Germany also suffered humiliation in the World Cup past year when they were knocked out in the group stage and have also been relegated in Europe's fresh competition, the Nations League. "We are back. There is no doubt we are back again".
"We're still on the way to win the Bundesliga and that's why you have to push forward".
Dominic King of the Mail further added that the knock will "almost certainly rule him out of Sunday's trip to Fulham". Andy Robertson also picked up a booking in stoppage time that means he will miss the first leg of the quarter-finals but they were the only blemishes on an otherwise impeccable night for Klopp's team.
"Scoring three here is really hard - actually we scored four because we scored the other one as well!" he told a post-match news conference.
"It's a big night with a little shadow that is Hendo's twisted ankle", Klopp said. We didn't play our best but it's about getting a result.
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With the first leg between the two sides ending in a 0-0 draw at Anfield, Jürgen Klopp was well aware of how important an opener would be in the second leg of the Champions League.
"We defended pretty well, didn't give them too much, and the front three were outstanding again".
Klopp insisted he took no extra satisfaction from Liverpool's victory in eliminating his former Bundesliga rivals from the Champions League. It's not sweeter for me because it's Bayern. We are back on the landscape.
Bayern Munich defender Mats Hummels heads clear under pressure from Liverpool's Roberto Firmino. "It's just a good moment for Liverpool and let's enjoy that".
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