Andy Robertson reveals secret weapon to beat Bayern Munich

Andy Robertson reveals secret weapon to beat Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich's on-form striker Kingsley Coman has been given the green light to face Liverpool in the Champions League after fears he had sustained ligament damage in the 3-2 Bundesliga win over Augsburg were dispelled on Saturday. "Every club's got it and it's all about making the most of it". "We will try everything to let them not shine".

Tuesday's game against Klopp's old rivals Bayern - the Bundesliga champions for the last six years, who are now second behind Dortmund - is part of a huge week for Liverpool.

"When my players at Liverpool start letting people go, especially with the front three there [Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino], then we will find ourselves in a very unsafe situation every minute".

"Two massive games. When we landed in Marbella on Monday our full focus was on the Bayern Munich game", said the Scotland captain.

"Of course over the years I have watched a lot of Bayern games and this season as well", said Klopp.

'But in the moment we prepare the game and in this preparation, Dejan is not involved.

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Robert Lewandowski, needing one goal to equal Claudio Pizarro's 194 goals as the league's all-time top foreign scorer, headed on to the crossbar but it was again the winger Coman who came to the rescue on the stroke of half-time to level once more.

Chelsea were edged 1-0 on aggregate by eventual winners Liverpool in the 2004-05 Champions League semi-finals, while Robben and his team-mates lost on penalties to the Reds at the same stage of the tournament in 2006-07.

He has nine goals and four assists in the Premier League, after he netted 15 times and assisted seven in the league last season. "We have to find other solutions".

"I have experienced it now a couple of times, that our crowd is really able to push us from 100 to 120, 130, 140 per cent". Liverpool's last win dates back to the 2004/05 season, when they famously defeated AC Milan in Istanbul.

"The amount of big games we played a year ago can only help us".

"I know a lot about them".

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