Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos hits back at Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp

Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos hits back at Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp

Still salty over Mohamed Salah's injury in the Champions League final past year, it seems those on the Red half of Merseyside revelled in the fact that bruiser Diego Costa took no prisoners last night.

"Expectations should be high", the 32-year-old told Liverpool's matchday programme.

Sergio Ramos in action during the 2017-18 Champions league final in Kiev. In these games someone always wins, we have played better. You can see the progression of the team since the manager has been here.

"I do not know where this is coming from, the key to success has been that we have been a family".

His night was not done and he played a part in more of Atleti's goals, even into extra time and until the very end he kept on arguing and battling as he does best. That's putting pressure on ourselves but that is what's expected at this football club.

"I still love the game and I'm desperate to do well", he added.

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Liverpool man Joel Matip came through a behind-closed-doors friendly fixture unscathed as he stepped up his efforts to regain full fitness following a thigh injury, the ECHO reports.

The former RB Leipzig midfielder's debut in their season-opening win over West Ham United drew a lot of praises, including from teammate and one of the Reds' fearsome attacking trio Sadio Mane.

Klopp has reached a total of seven finals as a manager - four with Borussia Dortmund and three with Liverpool.

This is something Liverpool's other centre-back options have struggled to maintain during their time in the first XI, especially Dejan Lovren.

Jordan Henderson, Fabinho, Nathaniel Clyne and Alberto Moreno also featured in the match, while those that started on the weekend trained in a separate session.

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