A tradition that began under the great Bill Shankly has continued through into the reign of the current boss, Jurgen Klopp. Opposition fans may poke fun at any talk concerning a unique atmosphere at the ground, but there is something special about the place when the floodlights are switched on. “I’m not a dreamer but I’m a romantic. I love the stories and Anfield is one of the best places in the football world,” the German said at his first press conference on Merseyside, making it clear he understood how there really is no place like home for the Reds. His European journey with Liverpool started out with a forgettable 1-1 draw against Rubin Kazan way back in October 2015, but there have been far more memorable occasions since then – starting with a clash against Klopp’s former employers… LIVERPOOL 4-3 BORUSSIA DORTMUND (APRIL 2016) Klopp restricted Dortmund in the first leg, holding them to a 1-1 draw on his old stomping ground. However, the Bundesliga club were far more fluent in the return, striking twice inside the opening nine minutes through Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. Divock Origi cut the deficit soon after half-time, but a well-taken Marco Reus… Read full this story
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