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One of the most key players for Klopp during Liverpool's conquering of England and Europe. And also a player who has been very much maligned since their dip in form.
Trent ain't no Cafu or Dani Alves, and he has always been defensively suspect. What he has to realise is, he's going to have to play to his very best on both ends, as his role in this tie is going to be crucial.
We know what he can do with regards to passing, crossing and even finishing. But he is a right back and not an inside forward, which means that he has defensive responsibilities that he has to adhere to.
Once he manages to find this balance, then he can be a serious asset for Liverpool and their chances of winning this trophy.
The big man himself, looking to replicate his incredible achievement last season, where his aggressive attack and bold high line lead to Bayern giving birth to all in their path.
It's always hard to defend your title, especially when you did it in such commanding fashion. Everyone is out to get you and raise their game whenever they play you.
Which is why as a manager, you've got to keep the same spirit that won it last year, but you have to make tweaks. Flick it seems is still going with same mindset, but you know when he gets into games, the changes he makes will determine the outcome.
In this age where the Managers are the superstars, it's going to be very interesting to see how Flick handles the expectations that many have of his Bayern side to go all the way.
I hate doing What If scenarios, but what the heck.
What If Real Madrid had managed to beat Bayern and faced Chelsea in the final? First off, it would have been fun to see Mourinho back against his old team, and I really don't know how that match could have gone.
Anyway, back to where this is concerned. When the game got to penalties, it was difficult to know who would win. Because penalties really is a lottery and does not necessarily favour the "better" team. And especially between Bayern and Real Madrid, it was 50/50.
So as the penalties where going they cut to Mourinho...and this dude is kneeling down. I thought my eyes were deceiving me, but it's true. He was knelt down and hoping that somehow, the football gods would intervene.
Nope. His players failed him, Bayern went through and Mourinho was denied his chance of winning a CL with Madrid.
The man knelt down.