"They've got world-class players so we know how hard it will be but having said that we feel confident in the group that we can go and hurt them". "But now we play Champions League and they all expect that we do our best".
"We know they're a really good, strong team", he added.
"In the Bundesliga we've played against two teams, [Borussia] Dortmund and [Bayer] Leverkusen, who have had a similar playing style and also the right quality". It will be outstanding tomorrow night.
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" I have experienced it now a couple of times, that our crowd is really able to push us from 100 to 120, 130, 140 per cent".
"For people to think we can beat Bayern is a big thing, but in the end we have to prove that. It happened here from time to time, and hopefully tomorrow night again".
Bayern have not won the Champions League since 2013, while Liverpool will be looking to go one better this season having reached the final of the 2017-18 competition before losing to Real Madrid.
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"That's what we need to do, it's not about favouring one competition".
Three wins at Anfield pulled them through to the last 16 and Van Dijk has yet to taste defeat in 25 Premier and Champions League games on home soil as a Liverpool player, keeping 16 clean sheets in the process to tighten up a leaky defence that undermined Klopp's first two years in charge.
"We had only tough months this season".
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