Liverpool maintain their outstanding European home record under Jurgen Klopp after they beat Napoli 1-0 on Tuesday to move on to the Champions League ties.
Still untreated, Klopp has won 12 of 15 European games in Anfield and has a shot to make the Reds end when they really need it.
And we've listed all those 15 performances under Germany on Merseyside.
15. 1-1 Rubin Kazan, October 2015
This was just a second Klopp game for Liverpool, and took the time that she was hanging over the last few months of Brendan Rodgers' reign to shake.
A free kick from Emre It was the only highlight of the game, as Liverpool could not find a winner even though he played for an hour against 10 men.
14. 2-2 Seville, September 2017
Liverpool did better against the Spanish side than they did in the 2016 Europa League final, when they beat 3-1.
They created a number of good opportunities and they could have won the game easily, but as a 3-3 picture in the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, individual protective reductions cost them three points – a repetitive theme will not be corrected until the arrived Virgil van Dijk and Alisson.
Joe Gomez's late red card was joining a disappointing night.
13. 0-0 Porto, March 2018
Here's the luxury of being a dead rubber, as a rare Champions League to win for Liverpool made this second leg formality after they won 5-0 in Porto.
Adam Lallana, Joel Matip and even Danny Ings all appeared for Liverpool as Mohamed Salah, Van Dijk and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain were thrown down.
12. 2-1 Bordeaux, November 2015
The team consisted of four sides of Niel Clyne, Dejan Lovren, Kolo Toure and Alberto Moreno playing behind Joe Allen, Lucas Leiva, Jordon Ibe and Christian Benteke. From startup, Lovren and Milner are still not regular, with the team incredible three years later.
But they did the job, coming back with goals from Milner and Benteke to cancel a free 16-yard Henri Saivet free kick, which was regrettable after Simon Mignolet went into a fork condition and to keep on the ball for 20 seconds.
11. Marker 3-0, November 2017
After winning 7-0 away in Slovenia, this was expected to be another rest. But Anfield was rather nervous as Liverpool entered the goal, not scoring 13 shot in the first half.
Ultimately, goals from Salah, Can and Daniel Sturridge Liverpool moved to the top of the group after four games. James Milner saw a saved penalty, which is the fourth consecutive goal kick that Liverpool had not converted.
Early notification of what they would do to Porto, City and Rome in the golf.
10. 4-0 Star Star Belgrade, October 2018
Despite the start of a home registered for the 2018-19 campaign, Liverpool has rarely been producing the past performances of the previous campaign when Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane scored 10 goals each.
However, they are still looking at their best, as the tries are well connected to inject Star Star. Salah scored two and Firmino and Mane scored one.
9. 4-2 Hoffenheim, August 2017
In order to qualify for the Champions League for the first time under Klopp, Liverpool needed to steer an initial round against the supreme young team Julian Nagelsmann.
The Reds took an impressive 2-1 back to Anfield for the second leg, and any nerves were given to rest early as they raced into a 3-0 lead to do it 5-1 overall.
The excellent assault football mixed with naive defensive brothers would sign up to Liverpool for Champions League that season.
8. 7-0 Spartak Moscow, December 2017
Liverpool went into this game that had to avoid defeating Russian champions in order to qualify for the Champions League capture phase for the first time since 2009.
As they were often in that season, they came out of the traps to enter a 3-0 leader after 18 minutes and did not let up to complete the attack with four more in the second half.
All three goals scored a goal, while Philippe Coutinho scored a hat collection as one of his last appearances in the red shirt.
7. PSG 3-2, September 2018
Liverpool started the perfect start in a tough group as they first introduced Thomas Tuchel – and, to date, only – defeat as a PSG manager. Sturridge is going on before Milner doubles themselves from the penalty spot, and they should have done more since PSG Marco Verratti takes a middle field that did not exist to Anfield.
They have almost paid for their odds as Kylian Mbappe makes it 2-2 late against play. But he won the winner of Roberto Firmino's injuries time to be essential at the end.
6. Naples 1-0, December 2018
So much of the Liverpool Liverpool borough that has won in recent years has been defined by their spectacular assault, but it's all down to the leadership of Virgil van Dijk and Alisson's ability to make a definite decision when asked .
Unless Mane had lost some golden opportunities, Klopp's men could have been out of sight, but had to go through the first half of Salah's goal, which showed Messi-esque a sint to throw off otherwise the other deficit. Kalidou Koulibaly to beat David Ospina.
Jose Callejon could win for Naples, but the game will be remembered for Alisson's injuries against Arkadiusz Milik.
5. 3-0 Villarreal, May 2016
Liverpool had to make a 1-0 loss in Spain, but made the job with a 3-0 win in the second leg and set the final against Sevilla.
There was some fortune as the ball was abolished from Bruno Soriano to spread things early, but they went on to give a clear performance, becoming deserving on top of both legs. The second half of Sturridge and Lallana's goals made the work.
4. 2-0 Man Utd, March 2016
Klopp did not even have been in the job for six months at present, but had made it amazing to embed her energetic style and pressure on Liverpool and give them a great performance, after molding; wholly in his image, against their greatest competitors.
Sturridge had given Liverpool an early leader of the penalty spot after Memphis Depay fired Clyne, and Firmino's goal halfway through the second half had come.
The removal of 1-1 in Old Trafford in the second leg secured a satisfactory victory.
3. 5-2 Rome, April 2018
There were every reason to fear Roma after they beat Barcelona with a 3-0 turnout in the last quarter with a brave, physical performance.
However, the high line of Eusebio Di Francesco was suicidal and Liverpool's three foreheads were proud of the opportunity to take advantage of him – Salah got the first two, Mane added the third before Firmino had difficulty with Anfield with her. the fourth and fifth.
Dzeko allowed a goal away, but a suspicious penalty for Milner's handball gave Roma the chance of the second leg at the Olimpico Stadium, which ends 4-2 to Rome in similar bats * t – but Liverpool hit to final Kyiv.
2. Manchester City 3-0, April 2018
Despite being disregarded by Liverpool's third aggressive finals weighing a 4-3 loss in the league in January, their first season, Pep Guardiola's City was strong favorites going into given that they would have practically extended the league title, which was ultimately won with recording points and goals codes.
But Liverpool held the same scheme as an expert, with the aim of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to give Liverpool 2-0 up the best of the three.
Seeing the game to reject the City mark off showed a new dimension to a game, and it could be argued that they were just as impressive as they did.
1. 4-3 Borussia Dortmund, April 2016
Klopp had come back from incredible Europe with Dortmund when they made the Champions League final rounds in 2013 as two goals of injury time against Malaga had been sent to the final finals. He came to enjoy another, but this time was the time of his old club to suffer at the end of admission.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang gave two goals to visitors within 10 minutes, and the goal-off rule meant the need to win Liverpool to move forward.
It came back from 3-1 down as Mamadou Sakho got up with 15 minutes to go, but their chances were looking to be transferred as the game was going to 3-3 injuries time.
When Lovren met the Milner cross with a distance heading, Anfield exploded. From that point onwards, Liverpool has re-captured their Anfield aura under Klopp.
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