Liverpool will love this action from Spartak Moscow's match on Saturday

Liverpool will love this action from Spartak Moscow's match on Saturday

Liverpool play their second Champions League group match against Spartak Moscow in Russian Federation on Tuesday.

The Reds were held to a 2-2 draw at home against Sevilla in the opening Group E clash.

"I am not sure if I have to make a decision like this [the club's "Champions League goalkeeper"]".

Spartak secured a 1-1 draw at Maribor and will fancy their chances of troubling Liverpool judged on some slick attacking play in Slovenia that should have probably yielded all three points.

Mauricio Pochettino recently declared his love for Harry Kane after the Spurs striker bagged two goals to seal an away win at West Ham, so for some reason this was mentioned at a Liverpool press conference, and it did not go down too well.

Translation problems, technical difficulties and some obscure questions from both local and global media frustrated the Liverpool manager, who declared the final question of the session a "waste of time".

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'Phil is still a young player so I hope he can still develop.

"I know you and your colleagues talk about different things but I talk about the team performance when we defend".

The German confirmed that Sadio Mane, who has been sidelined through suspension in Liverpool's domestic campaigns, will be available for selection. "I don't think it's just down to the defence", he said. But he's a Tottenham player, I love good footballers, that's how it is'. Actually, that's not important for Russian Federation.

Despite the random questions, Klopp was eventually asked about whether he absence of Spartak's Quincy Promes would play a key part in the encounter, in which he was quick to compare the situation Moscow face the the situation Liverpool have faced with forward Sadio Made missing their last three games.

Klopp added: "We have to do that better and that's what we're working on all the time".

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