Bad memories' of Liverpool says Totti (3)

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Liverpool will not be underestimating a Roma side who produced an incredible comeback against Messi's Barcelona to progress to the semis. "I'm pretty sure that we can score goals with the front three that we've got but I think it's important that we keep Roma from scoring at Anfield then hopefully we can go to Rome with something to play for".

In his pre-match press conference he spoke of the importance of recreating the atmosphere his side experienced at Anfield against Manchester City, but also urged the fans to respect the opposition.

On Salah facing his old team: "It's pretty normal in football for players to change clubs - I had it myself with Dortmund when we played them".

The intimidating atmosphere outside and inside Anfield seemed to affect City, which lost 3-0 in the first leg.

"He's one of the best managers in the world".

"At Liverpool we see ourselves as a family club bit not everyone gets the chance to come over to Liverpool so what we've got to do is get first team players to come over here and entertain the supporters in Ireland".

'And let's go again.

Liverpool and Roma have met five times in total in European competition but the one which will stirs the most memories is 1984 European Cup final at the Olimpico which was decided from the penalty spot, Bruce Grobbelaar's wobbly "spaghetti legs" still gives Bruno Conti nightmares. That's a sign for us and how strong we can be.

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On the welcoming the team buses by the King Harry: "Please, show respect".

'A draw here is not good enough but there is no reason to panic'. It'll be a different game in the Champions League. The Italians have won both their knockout ties on away goals and, despite beating Barcelona in the quarter-finals, they head into this tie as the slight underdogs.

However, goals from Edin Dzeko and Daniele De Rossi cut the deficit down to one in the return before Kostas Manolas delivered the knockout blow, heading home in the 82nd minute.

Another victory for Real would be a ideal sendoff for manager Zinedine Zidane - who is expected to quit or be pushed out at the end of the season given Madrid languishes 15 points behind Barcelona in La Liga.

"He's a huge player and someone who has been around for a long time".

A reminder: Roma left Camp Nou at the end of the first leg of their quarter-final 4-1 in arrears.

Bayern's pedigree suggests the German side should see off Sevilla, who stunned a cautious Manchester United in the round of 16.

Roma may not have been as convincing in the league this season as they were in 2016/17, when they finished second, four points behind Juventus, but they have found a new dimension in Europe.

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