Trent Alexander-Arnold wants Liverpool to repeat 5-0 drubbing from Porto in the Champions League

& # 39; We intend to go there and replicate what we did & # 39 ;: Trent Alexander-Arnold wants Liverpool to repeat 5-0 drubbing from Porto in the second leg of the Champions League

  • Trent Alexander-Arnold wants Liverpool to knock away Porto again
  • Liverpool won 5-0 last season in the Estadio do Dragao in the last 16
  • Alexander-Arnold insists that Liverpool is quieter when it is under pressure

Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold has urged his side to repeat their 5-0 win of last season when they face Porto on Wednesday.

The Reds carry a 2-0 lead from the first leg of the Champions League quarterfinals, and Alexander-Arnold is determined for Liverpool to once again achieve a clear win.

The team of Jurgen Klopp was super when she defeated in the final 16 final leg of the last leg during the final of Europe & # 39; s elite club competition.

Liverpool won 5-0 when they faced each other in the Champions League last season

Liverpool won 5-0 when they faced each other in the Champions League last season

Mohamed Salah was on the score sheet in the emphatic victory of Liverpool in Portugal

Mohamed Salah was on the score sheet in the emphatic victory of Liverpool in Portugal

Mohamed Salah was on the score sheet in the emphatic victory of Liverpool in Portugal

Trent Alexander-Arnold has urged Liverpool to repeat their 5-0 success against Porto

Trent Alexander-Arnold has urged Liverpool to repeat their 5-0 success against Porto

Trent Alexander-Arnold has urged Liverpool to repeat their 5-0 success against Porto

As stated on the official Liverpool website, Alexander-Arnold said: "It's always about momentum in football," he added. & # 39; If you are among the victories and the results are oppressed, you cannot wait to go to the next game.

& # 39; Of course we have good memories of Porto last season, so we want to go there and hopefully replicate what we did.

& # 39; We know it will be difficult, it will be a difficult test for us. Hopefully we will go there and keep the momentum. & # 39;

In their 5-0 win at the Estadio do Dragao last season, Sadio Mane scored a hat trick for Liverpool, while Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino were also on goal. The matches then came 0-0 in the second leg at Anfield.

Sadio Mane scored a hat trick when Liverpool defeated Porto en route to the Champions League final

Sadio Mane scored a hat trick when Liverpool defeated Porto en route to the Champions League final

Sadio Mane scored a hat trick when Liverpool defeated Porto en route to the Champions League final

Liverpool has recently been in an excellent form and won the last seven games in all competitions and they are confronted with Porto by the 2-0 victory against Chelsea in the Premier League.

Mane gave Liverpool a lead against the Blues in the 51st minute before Salah's fantastic attack doubled their lead two minutes later.

Alexander-Arnold insisted that Liverpool has learned to be more patient in difficult situations.

The Liverpool stars were excited when they trained for the game in Melwood

The Liverpool stars were excited when they trained for the game in Melwood

The Liverpool stars were excited when they trained for the game in Melwood

Virgil Van Dijk and Mohamed Salah were tried before they faced Porto

Virgil Van Dijk and Mohamed Salah were tried before they faced Porto

Virgil Van Dijk and Mohamed Salah were tried before they faced Porto

Xherdan Shaqiri, who won the Champions League in 2013 with Bayern Munich, seems focused

Xherdan Shaqiri, who won the Champions League in 2013 with Bayern Munich, seems focused

Xherdan Shaqiri, who won the Champions League in 2013 with Bayern Munich, seems focused

Andrew Robertson, Joe Gomez and Alexander-Arnold in action during the training

Andrew Robertson, Joe Gomez and Alexander-Arnold in action during the training

Andrew Robertson, Joe Gomez and Alexander-Arnold in action during the training

Alexander-Arnold said: & # 39; It was just finding that extra equipment and of course putting in the hard work and knowing that we will create opportunities.

& # 39; I think the two goals, especially the second, were world class. The first was well edited – Hendo had a good ball and Sadio finished it.

& # 39; We have shown that we are a really good party and that we are patient. Perhaps that was the difference. A few weeks ago we would have gotten frustrated, gone a bit too far and made ourselves vulnerable.

& # 39; But we have taken our time, closed it and never given too many opportunities. In the second half we fired all the guns and fired them. & # 39;

The tempting prospect of winning both the Premier League and the Champions League remains possible for Liverpool, who have two points free at the top of the table, although they have played a match more than Manchester City, their biggest challenger.

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