Mohamed Salah returns to old club Roma looking to fire Liverpool into the Champions League final. The two clubs overcame the odds to knock out Manchester City and Barcelona, respectively, in the quarterfinals.
Two sides with very different European pedigree faced off in Madrid in the Champions League final, but for the first time since 2012 Jürgen Klopp won a final as Liverpool sealed their ninth European title.
Premier League side Liverpool have a mountain to climb as they attempt to overcome a three-goal deficit against Barcelona on Tuesday night. To make matters worse, Jürgen Klopp's team are also missing two key players.
The Liverpool coach has never faced Barcelona in a competitive game. The German is well aware of the threat posed by Lionel Messi and co but wants his team to have the courage to play their own football.
Liverpool have won the Champions League, and Jürgen Klopp has finally overcome his losing streak in finals. But the real victory of the day comes in Klopp's approach to this success, writes DW's Jonathan Harding.
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