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Ox talks up the opportunity of playing in the Champions League final

Ox talks up the opportunity of playing in the Champions League final

June 11, 2019

Liverpool midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is hoping to be involved in the Champions League final against Tottenham Hotspur after missing the occasion during the previous campaign. The England international picked up a serious knee injury during the semi-final stage of the competition against AS Roma and that meant that he missed the final against Real Madrid which the Reds lost by a 3-1 scoreline.

Jurgen Klopp’s side have managed to redeem themselves by making another final of the Champions League and Oxlade-Chamberlain is optimistic of playing some part in Madrid after recovering from the long-term injury setback, he told the club’s official website: “Dreams are made of maybe having some part to play in Madrid. But it’s not about me – it’s about making sure whoever is on the pitch does the job for the club and for the team. If I can be involved, that would be amazing, but just to be around it and be fit and healthy again is good for me as well at the minute.”
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Andrew Robertson insists Manchester City defeat does not change anything

January 21, 2019

Liverpool defender Andrew Robertson has said that the defeat to Manchester City does not change anything, given neither team are close to securing the Premier League title. The Citizens managed to reduce the Reds advantage at the top to four points after the 2-1 triumph on Thursday night but Robertson does not remain overly concerned about the outcome.

Speaking after the game, the Scotland captain said that the result does not change anything and both teams have plenty of matches ahead whether the title could be decided, he quipped: “It doesn’t change anything. It is just the same if we had won. It would have been nice to be 10 points clear of them and nine points above Tottenham but we wouldn’t have won it (the title). Credit goes to them but we are still four points clear at that is what we have got to remember.”
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