Ryan Giggs hopes Real Madrid ruin Liverpool's Champions League dream

Jurgen Klopp

GETTY Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool take on Real Madrid in the Champions League final next Saturday

"They have a good team, a good coach and we are expected it to be a very hard game but we'll be prepared".

He told reporters ahead of an global friendly date with Mexico on May 29 which Bale will miss due to his European commitments at club level: "I shouldn't say this but yeah I hope so [Bale wins]. With a natural game that's so fast, they can beat anyone", Owen said. They are always winning titles in the Champions League and in the Spanish league too.

Mohamed Salah
GETTY Mo Salah has led the charge for Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool on the pitch in the Champions League

Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson added that the choice of staging the parade the day after the final itself was a club decision, one which they also took back in 2005. And performing at such a high level is very cool.

Liverpool FC were thrilling 7-6 winners against AS Roma in the Champions League semi-finals despite losing 4-1 to the Italian side at the Stadio Olimpico in the second leg of the last-four clash. And the 25-year-old's fine form has seen him win a wide-range of awards including PFA Player of the Year. He has gone to tip England's best player and top scorer to follow his footsteps. What date's the Champions League final?

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Regardless of whether or not Marcelo is genuinely scared of Salah, the fact that the Brazilian fullback leaves massive gaps at the back by being so attacking will allow the Liverpool no.11 opportunities to run in behind. "He has been absolutely brilliant this year, and has done very well in the Egypt team, taking them to the World Cup", Owen expressed.

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The city of Liverpool really is going big for the bank holiday, it seems.

"I've never played [against Real Madrid], however I've watched their games and they're very competitive".

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Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric admits he admires Liverpool and their manager Jurgen Klopp.

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