Luiz Suarez wants to beat Liverpool

Luiz Suarez wants to beat Liverpool

Atletico Madrid bomber Luis Suarez has a hidden desire when he meets Liverpool in the Group B stage of the Champions League at Anfield Stadium on Thursday (4/11) early in the morning WIB. Los Rajiblancos – Atletico’s nickname – have Revans’ mission in the game later.

In the first meeting at the Wanda Metropolitano stadium, Luis Suarez and his friends lost 2-3 against Liverpool.

The emotional duel will be clearly shown by Luis Suarez, who in the match will return “home” to Anfield stadium. For this Uruguayan bomber, Anfield is not a foreign base, considering that he was part of Liverpool (2011-2014) before deciding to settle in Barcelona.

Luis Suarez admits Atletico are ready to face Liverpool. We know they have weaknesses that we can use to our advantage and we have to take advantage of them again in the next game, “Suarez said.

“I want to score goals to help this team (Atletico) go as far as possible (in the Champions League),” he added.

In the first meeting in Madrid, Suarez only played as a substitute in the 80th minute.

However, in the Liverpool game, Suarez has a great chance to start after Atletico main striker Antoine Griezmann was absent due to a ban after receiving a red card in the first meeting.

Los Rojiblancos have the ambition to get three points as they are still competing with FC Porto, who both collected 4 points to fight for second place.

While the Reds – Liverpool’s nickname – as host, of course, they don’t want to be embarrassed in front of their supporters and as soon as possible they want to seal a ticket for the last 16.

This will be the fourth meeting between the two sides in the past 18 months. Before losing in the first group stage game of the season, Atletico had won a thrilling 2019-20 season after winning 1-0 at home and 3-2 after extra time.

“I see a lot of happy faces among the players and their staff, but it’s not over yet,” said Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp.

“I hope to be a little more focused in the second leg,” he continued.

Liverpool now lead Group B with a perfect nine-point sack after sweeping three games with a win.

The Reds have scored at least three goals in each of the three group stage games. It’s a very impressive record. (Mal / Mirror / AFP / OL-12)


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