Mohamed Salah is looking forward to leading his Liverpool team against its Italian guest, Inter Milan, today, Tuesday, at Anfield, in the second leg of the 16th round of the European Champions League.
Liverpool vs Inter Milan match
Liverpool will host its Italian counterpart, Inter Milan, today, Tuesday, at Anfield, in the second leg of the 16th round of the European Champions League.
Liverpool is playing today’s match with better chances of winning the ticket to the next round, as it beat Inter in its own home with two goals without Firmino and Mohamed Salah scored, during the first leg that brought them together at the “Giuseppe Meazza” stadium.
Liverpool, led by German Juergen Klopp, seeks to confirm his superiority against the Italian champions, settle the qualification ticket, continue the brilliance process this season, and take a new step towards competing strongly for the Champions League title in its current version.
Klopp also hopes to continue achieving successes in his Champions League numbers, after becoming the first German coach to achieve 50 victories in the modern era of the competition since 1992, and he is also ranked eighth in the list of coaches with the most victories in the tournament in general.
While Mohamed Salah hopes to achieve his goals in the Champions League, after he scored 40 goals previously in the tournament, during his participation in 75 matches, whether in the final or qualifying rounds.
Salah is competing for the title of top scorer in the Champions League in the current version, as he occupies third place with 8 goals, behind Bayern Munich striker Lewandowski, who is in second place with 9 goals, and Ivorian Sebastian Heller, the Dutch striker, Ajax, who leads with 10 goals.
Salah’s eight goals came in the Italian Milan goal, “two goals”, Porto, 3 goals, Atlético Madrid, “two goals”, and finally, Inter Milan, a goal.
On the other hand, Inter Milan, led by its Italian coach Simone Inzaghi, raises the slogan “Nothing is impossible in football”, as he enters the match looking for a surprise against Liverpool at home and in the midst of his fans, despite the difficulty of the task, but the coach was keen to support his players from Play until the last minute.
The Reds need to draw or win by any result or lose by a goal difference to qualify for the quarter-finals, while Inter need to win by more than a two-goal difference to snatch the card directly or win by two goals and resort to additional runs and then adjudicate penalty shootouts if the situation remains the same, especially after Abolition of the away goal rule in the tournament.
Liverpool had risen to the Champions League final price, after occupying the top spot in Group B with 18 points, achieving the full mark by winning 6 matches, while Inter qualified after coming in second in Group D with 10 points, with 3 wins and a draw. One and two defeats.