Liverpool FC's Klopp: Why our Champions League run has been 'crazy'
- Amos Gonzales
A victory parade route has already been mapped out for Liverpool in the event that they beat Real Madrid in the Champions League final next Saturday.
"Maybe they were not among the favourites at the beginning, but when you look at the games they played, I think they deserve to be in this final", added Modric.
"They're a good team; they have a great coach and a very hard match awaits us".
"When you are a player of Real, you must have ambition".
The Portugal global has 40 goals in the Champions League across the quarter-final, semi-final and final of the competition, more than Raul, Lionel Messi Ruud van Nistelrooy and Karim Benzema combined. It's a very special trophy, because it's the Champions League.
Liverpool's adventure has been founded on an exhilarating brand of attacking football which has yielded 46 goals since the opening match at Hoffenheim nine months ago and established Klopp's team as one of the most enjoyed - and feared - in Europe.
While practically, fans can understand why the City Council have released the information, many are afraid that this will "jinx" the game.
In fear that Liverpool supporters will forever to be gloating about another Champions League trophy, the former Manchester United defender joked via the Daily Mail: "We've got a charter booked for the 27th of May".
"We aren't anyone else".
"We know there is an equally well-qualified team on the other side", said Firmino. "But, after all, we've earned our place here". 'Two clubs that have got brilliant history of course in the European Cup, Champions League. We entered the competition for the first time in a while and we quickly realised that we had a good chance.
The Egyptian has scored 43 goals in all competitions including a record breaking 32 Premier League strikes for the Reds who finished the season in fourth position.