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LIVERPOOL boss KLOPP: "I don't know if City are affected, but circumstances are kind of unbelievable"

19.04.2019 22.53 by Claudio Colla  read 1597
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Looking forward to CL semifinals against Barcelona FC, Liverpool boss, Jurgen Klopp, stated: "Every match is an important one, and none of them is won before it's played. Of course everyone's focused on Barcelona, but we'll have to face Cardiff and Huddersfield before. City affected by being knocked out? I don't know, but it's kind of unbelievable. Everyone was cheering the goal they scored, before realizing VAR called it off. But it clearly was offside, no one can doubt that. Anyway, I understand it's hard to accept".

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