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The 12th Man does it again – 4 Key Notes From Liverpool vs Villarreal



4 Key Notes From Liverpool vs Villarreal

A sheer display of brilliance and dominance was seen at Merseyside as Liverpool stormed their way into the finals of the Europa league. Anfield witnessed one of the finest performances of the season and the players delivered on the big night. The Reds were outstanding in all aspects of the game and their approach to the game was widely appreciated by the fans. Klopp has given the players and the supporters a lot of hope of silverware in his first season with the club and he certainly has a very bright future at Liverpool. The game produced a lot of moments and had a high emotional quotient involved and here are some of the talking points from the big night.

The 12th Man does it again

A lot was anticipated from the fans as Liverpool geared up for another spectacular European night. Anfield has been the host to some amazing European nights and the crowd becomes a deciding factor in the end result. Yet again, the Kop faithful was at its loudest as they cheered their team to another final. It is said that Liverpool have some of the best supporters and Villarreal can vouch on this fact now. They were facing not just the 11 players on  the field but the towering 12th man sitting in the stands. It was too much for the yellow submarine to handle as they were completely dominated by Liverpool.

Emre Can – the future

Emre Can

Emre Can

The tie marked the return of the talismanic midfielder and the future of Liverpool. He is compared to Steven Gerrard and his leadership abilities at such a young age are one of the many reasons for the comparison. His presence was vital in his side’s brilliant display and his return was a big boost ahead of the game for the manager. The midfielder is at the right club at the right time and he definitely has a bright future ahead of him.

Fantastic Firmino

Roberto Firmino showed his true class as an attacker in the game. He was everywhere – making those runs and creating chances for his teammates. His attacking flair is an asset to his side and he made his presence felt up-front. The Brazilian also showcased the Samba in his own way and Villarreal were not able to match his abilities.

Silverware – the silver lining for this season

Jurgen Klopp has managed to take his side to a European final in his first ever season at the club. Liverpool have not had a great season in terms of their league standings but all of that can be excused if the manager brings silverware to the club. The fans are awaiting a trophy and the wait may just end on the 18th of this month. A trophy would mean the world to the players as well as the supporters and this victory gives a lot of hopes to everyone.