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They deserve to be there and we all know they will be tough teams.
Despite all the focus on Manchester City chasing a quadruple, Liverpool are still pursuing a Premier League-Champions League double - something not achieved since Manchester United managed it in 2008 - and with Van Dijk in such peerless form, you can not write them off.
"But we kept them as often as possible away from our goal".
At one point the Liverpool legend turned into the interviewer as he asked Van Dijk if beating Bayern in the Champions League will help their Premier League title bid.
According to the internet's favourite statistician, "MisterChip", Barça have gone 30 matches unbeaten at home in the Champions League.
Liverpool's comfortable defeat of Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena, where the serial German champions had lost only one of their previous 26 Champions League games, was arguably their finest European away display under Klopp and demonstrated the quality that delivered a place in last season's final. We got to the Europa League final in 2016.
"We knew they would attack a little bit more and we would have more spaces to play and we used it as well".
"I feel like we've taken a really big step, because a lot of people said after the first match that it was not a good result to play a 0-0, but we had a good feeling about it because we didn't concede a goal".
"I don't want to play any of the others, to be honest". With four English clubs reaching the quarterfinals for the first time since the 2008-09 season, we may be on the cusp of a new period of European domination by the richest league in the world.
Liverpool's win also dashed Pep Guardiola's hope of seeing Bayern, his former club, in the last eight. "That's unlucky for him, isn't it?"
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