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Jurgen Klopp in agreement with Chelsea manager Antonio Conte over Champions League

Jurgen Klopp in agreement with Chelsea manager Antonio Conte over Champions League”

We don't want to qualify with a bad performance so the objective was to qualify playing well and to get at least a positive result. "New dreams to fight for".

Virtually every team can claim to have played a part in that statistic, but two, in particular, reached special heights.

Meanwhile, Everton are reportedly interested in rivalling their city rivals for the signature of Borussia Dortmund striker PIERRE-EMERICK AUBAMEYANG, according to German paper Bild.

"I think that teams will not be jumping with happiness to play against us". Excitement is usually at fever pitch when it comes to these games, but compared to a Paris St Germain or a Bayern Munich, the visit of Belgium's third best team made for a rather mundane affair.

For the first time ever, five English teams have qualified for the knockout stages of the Champions League. Inter is one point ahead of Napoli and Juventus is one point further back.

"When you go through to the next round in this competition, you must be prepared to face the best teams", Conte said.

Liverpool have been linked with three players in their prime in the latest transfer rumours, although face battles on their hands if they are to land their targets. The assumption - or excuse - in England is that having a more competitive domestic competition saps the energy of teams pursuing trophies on multiple fronts.

Rolando Aarons: The 22-year-old has struggled for game time at Newcastle United and is the subject of interest from Crystal Palace, Huddersfield and Aston Villa, ChronicleLive reports.

And Klopp insists Liverpool will be prepared for whoever after last night's stuffing of Spartak. And that was nothing strange, given what had already happened this campaign.

The Brazilian winger Bernard has long been a talent who could play at a higher level than the Ukrainian league and showed it again during Manchester City's visit.

Saul Niguez's header gave Atletico the lead.

United equalled their club record of 40 successive home matches unbeaten with this 2-1 win.

The records keep on falling at Ronaldo's feet.

The Belgians, who had enjoyed the better of the first half, won it 17 minutes into the second half when defender Jozo Simunovic deflected Pieter Gerkens' header into his own net.

Atletico required maximum points from their final Group 'C' fixture to stand any chance of progressing, but the three-time European runners-up could only draw 1-1 at Chelsea.



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