Liverpool thrash Spartak 7-0 to finish group winners

Liverpool thrash Spartak 7-0 to finish group winners

Liverpool thrash Spartak 7-0 to finish group winners

James Milner whipped in a cross from the left which Mane met first-time with an unstoppable volley and then a deflected shot from Coutinho completed his hat-trick to make it 5-0.

Liverpool were at their free-flowing best as they saw off Spartak Moscow at Anfield to claim top spot in Group E. That is not a criticism of the past.

"If we perform like this, in these moments, if we are that clinical, then yes".

"They've got people with pace, they all score goals".

Liverpool have now scored the most Champions League group-stage goals of any English team in history.

"I don't mind too much who we get - usually I always get Real Madrid so we will see", the Liverpool boss said on BT Sport.

The forward had informed referee Mohammed Al-Hakim of the allegations during the second half of the game at Tranmere Rovers' Prenton Park and those details were passed onto the fourth official. Obviously all the teams in the last 16 are strong but this year is quite special.

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That means that they will avoid Paris Saint-Germain, Barcelona and Roma - but could still land the likes of Bayern Munich, Juventus and Real Madrid.

"They're neat and tidy, but we know what they are like defensively".

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Prior to this game there were still doubts as to whether Liverpool had what it takes to qualify. "I have nothing to moan about tonight, it's all good". "There has been a lot of good news for English football recently with their youth teams winning World Cups".

The negatives for Liverpool were the yellow card for Emre Can, which rules him out of the first leg of the last 16, and a first-half injury to left back Alberto Moreno that could force him out of the Merseyside derby against Everton on Sunday.

"When it was 6-0", Klopp said, "we were looking at each other (on the Liverpool bench) and saying, 'How did this happen?'" We need all the boys for the next few weeks and especially for Sunday. "Now we must show we learned from the mistake we made after Maribor when we faced Tottenham [and lost 1-4]".

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