Winning Arsenal boldly, Liverpool is ready to fight Real Madrid

The victory over Arsenal at the weekend proved the strength and brilliance of Liverpool players.

Liverpool have struggled to find wins this season as their Premier League title defense is almost completely empty. For them, this season may have ended in pain. Coach Jurgen Klopp’s smiles returned after Liverpool won 3-0 against Arsenal.

Less than a month ago, Liverpool created “achievements” to lose 6 consecutive games at home after the defeat against Fulham, the team is facing many difficulties. This further clarifies the prospect of a bad season for The Kop. However, the victory against Arsenal is like the sunlight that clears the dark fog, it will be a great stepping stone for the quarterfinals of the Champions League on April 7.

Fabinho had a superb performance against Arsenal (Source: internet)

Honestly, this season’s minimum goal is to be in the top four teams to make it to the Champions League, and the Premier League champions’ effort to win a place in the top four this season is tough, but everything things can now be brighter as the season has reached its final stage. With a convincing victory over Arsenal, Liverpool has found themselves the right direction to be able to promote all the qualities of the players.

Real Madrid, a La Liga representative, a Champions League veteran will be a threat to a Liverpool lacking stability, but The Kop can fully approach this match with optimism. Coach Klopp was able to put some of Liverpool’s most important pieces back into place – where they could do their best.

There’s still a long way to go, of course, but Liverpool seems to have finally found a solution to their problem. Ozan Kabak and Nathaniel Phillips, aided by Fabinho’s presence ahead, are perfectly able to be the perfect center-back duo right now. Along with that, Diogo Jota scored regularly after injury and inspired the people around, which will help The Reds to win even more.

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