The match between Liverpool and Borussia Dortmund where the Reds defeated the Germans 4-3 has set a new record as the most-watched match in Germany in the past 23 years according to Sport1. The game is said to be have been viewed by 7.8 million viewers and on an average 6.26 million were glued to the TV at all time. Among all the games that were televised that evening, this game at Anfield had the major market share of 21.2% overall and for an age group of males between 14 to 49 it had 32.6% market share.
In the enthralling game, Borussia Dortmund scored two goals in the early stages and Liverpool came back by scoring 4 goals by the end of 90 minutes. The game ended 4-3 and given that the previous leg was drawn at 1-1 Liverpool progressed to the Europa League semifinals on a 5-4 aggregate. As per the reports, German football fans have started watching a lot of Liverpool matches since Klopp joined Anfield.