Liverpool won’t spend big on transfers - Klopp

El gol de Messi al Manchester United en la final de la Champions 2011 en Wembley

El gol de Messi al Manchester United en la final de la Champions 2011 en Wembley

United and Liverpool will meet in the semi-finals if they reach the last four, with Tottenham or Manchester City facing the victor of the quarter-final between Ajax and Juventus. United lost 0-2 at home to PSG and, with so many senior players unavailable for the return leg in France, Solskjaer and his team produced a stunning comeback to knockout Mbappe and company.

"This was regularly the problem Liverpool had over the past decade".

Eleven goals have been scored by Liverpool substitutes against Fulham. Form is crucial at this stage of the season when battling relegation, and the Cottagers have absolutely none of it. The clubs clashed again in the final at Wembley in 2011, with Barca winning 3-1 on that occasion.

Pep Guardiola, the only coach left in the Champions League to have won it previously, is under pressure to deliver European glory at City, and this is a good draw overall, considering they have avoided Barcelona, Juventus, Liverpool and neighbours United.

"I don't want to talk exactly what we will do but I don't think this is a team at the moment where we have to spend the big money or whatever", Klopp said.

Previous meetings at Craven Cottage have not been short of goals.

The semifinals will be played on April 30/May 1 and May 7/8.

While in a genuine title challenge involving themselves and Manchester United, a late Yossi Benayoun victor in the Bernabeu against a Real Madrid team boasting the talents of Fabio Cannavaro, Arjen Robben and Raul was a huge confidence booster for Rafa Benitez's side.

Liverpool have avoided defeat in nine straight Premier League contests during their current surge, but have been forced to settle for a draw in four of those outings including each of their past three road contests. Five years ago, the teams met in similar circumstances to now, with the Londoners in a relegation battle and the Merseysiders in the thick of a title race.

Liverpool's challenge for a Champions League and Premier League double sees them come up against Porto, with the first leg at Anfield.

It was a night when the Reds had to dig incredibly deep to claim the points.

Mauricio Pochettino's team are a threat on their own, but playing in their spectacular new ground could give them an extra edge.

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