Übersicht Liverpool FC - Atlético Madrid (Champions League /, Achtelfinale). FC Liverpool am Mittwochabend aus der Champions League gegen Atletico Madrid augeschieden. Liverpool-Trainer Jürgen Klopp hat nach. Anfield, Liverpool. Das Stadion fasst Zuschauer. Anfield. Spielleitung. Der Schiedsrichter Die Partie wird gepfiffen von Danny Makkelie. Er.
Liverpool-Atlético UEFA Champions League 2019/20Liverpool trifft dabei auf Atletico Madrid und es gibt ein wieder mit dem wunderschönen Wanda Metropolitano, in dem die Reds letzte Saison den sechsten Titel. Spiel-Bilanz aller Duelle zwischen Atletico Madrid und FC Liverpool sowie die letzten Spiele untereinander. Darstellung der Heimbilanz von Atletico Madrid. Übersicht Liverpool FC - Atlético Madrid (Champions League /, Achtelfinale).
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In contrast, Liverpool's mammoth effort was fatally undermined by the hapless Adrian, who also made an error that contributed to their FA Cup fifth-round defeat by Chelsea.
The Reds had finally established a measure of control through Firmino's goal, but once Adrian had hacked out a hopeless clearance and Llorente's shot beyond him into the net at the Kop end, Atletico were ruthless.
Klopp looked and sounded suitably downcast last week when he announced his world-class Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson had suffered a hip injury, knowing he could make the difference to a Champions League tie that was always going to be decided on the finest of margins.
And so it proved, Liverpool's morale and fighting spirit disappearing visibly after Adrian's mistake. Liverpool will still complete the formalities of their first Premier League title but they pride themselves on their status as European champions and this was a painful night.
Atletico Madrid arrived at Anfield with the usual reminders of how the stadium's atmosphere has broken the nerve and resilience of even the elite teams in the Champions League - as Barcelona found out in last season's semi-finals.
Diego Simeone and his players are made of sterner stuff than that. They may have been under pressure for much of this game but not once did they buckle as they faced up to Liverpool's intensity and came out on top.
Atletico simply love defending, each goal conceded almost a personal insult to Simeone - who seemed to relish Anfield's atmosphere - and his players.
After Llorente scored Atletico's second, even Liverpool looked like a side who knew there was no way they would score two goals in such limited time to progress.
The La Liga side's approach may not be a thing of beauty but they are a brilliantly drilled team and this was another landmark triumph for the master coach Simeone.
Formation Assisted by Marcos Llorente with a through ball following a fast break. Trent Alexander-Arnold Liverpool is shown the yellow card.
Foul by Trent Alexander-Arnold Liverpool. Conceded by Takumi Minamino. Foul by James Milner Liverpool. Corner, Liverpool.
Conceded by Sime Vrsaljko. Attempt missed. Foul by Virgil van Dijk Liverpool. Substitution, Liverpool. Takumi Minamino replaces Roberto Firmino. Foul by Joseph Gomez Liverpool.
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No spot-kick is forthcoming. Atletico substitution: Diego Costa on for Angel Correa. On the Atletico bench, Morata is applying his foot or ankle after kicking himself while slipping with the ball at his feet and the goal at his mercy.
Another let-off for Liverpool. He writhes on the ground in agony, like a man with fire ants in his strides. Goal kick for Atletico Madrid.
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