Liverpool have booked their place in the last eight of the UEFA Champions League. This is the first time they would go this far in the continental competition since the 2008/09 season. Following their 5-0 demolition of FC Porto in the first leg of the fixture away, it was a done deal. They played a goalless draw in the return leg at Anfield.
The 5-0 aggregate ensures Jurgen Klopp’s men enter the quarter finals but they face unfamiliar fate as they would likely clash with another Premier League side. Despite all this Owen Hargreaves opines that the club is peaking at the right time as the business end of the season draws nigh. In the domestic tournaments, Liverpool are seeking a second place finish. They would have to fight off Manchester United though. Continue reading