Liverpool secured their place in UCL quarter final

Summer signing Mohamed Salah has hit 24 goals in his first 28 PL appearances for Liverpool

Summer signing Mohamed Salah has hit 24 goals in his first 28 PL appearances for Liverpool

Emre Can said after Tuesday's 0-0 draw with Porto at Anfield: 'I prefer to not play an English team, but I don't care who'.

Liverpool have reached the quarter-finals for the first time since 2009 and their manager Klopp believes the five-time European champions are back where they belong. Now, in the ongoing season, they have participated in the UCL and in the second leg of round of last sixteen in Champions League, the Reds made draw against Porto.

"We feel we have played well against the top English clubs [so] we are not afraid of anyone", Firmino told the club's official website.

'We have shown in the past few seasons we can beat all the English clubs. "We are a good team, we can play against the big Spanish teams and we feel we can be a match for them". We are not afraid.

With neighbours Manchester City 16 points clear at the top and needing just four more wins to be sure of the title, United fans would view Liverpool finishing above them as more salt in their wounds. A top Spanish club?

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"We are not concerned who we get".

One of three Premier League clubs could await Liverpool in the next round and Firmino believes results against their rivals under Klopp show they have nothing to fear.

"I have to say that, in the six months - and he's still got a long way to go - he has proven me.not wrong, but I do feel as though I have to correct myself, he has impressed me a lot and has done better than I ever imagined he would, in both sides of the game", he added.

United are now two points ahead of Klopp's men in second place, ahead of what is usually one of the feistiest Premier League fixtures of the season. "It will be a tough game and let's see what will happen, but we are full of confidence and it'll be a big fight for second place". A hat-trick from Sadio Mane and goals from Mo Salah and Roberto Firmino sealed the emphatic victory over the Portuguese side in Porto that eventually saw them progress.

Liverpool FC head into Saturday's game knowing that a win would move them up into second place in the Premier League table.

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