Nagelsmann sends a warning statement to Klopp despite a slow start
By Schedule4 | self meida writer
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RB Leipzig suffered a 2-0 defeat in the hands of premier League title defenders Liverpool on the late champions League round of 16 first tie, thanks to Mohammed Salah's solo strike and Sadio Mane's 58th minutes through pass finish.￼The first leg Game which was played at Budapest Hungary gave Liverpool an advantage in their away game and now the second leg will be played at Anfield, where RB Leipzig will play a do or die hard game in order to help them overturn the first defeat, since it will be the only to take them to the next round of the competition.
Addressing the press conference after that Erratic Start,RB Leipzig's head coach warned Klopp's side that nothing is impossible in the second round."We know the result,but I think we played a good game. We'll take this with us to the next leg.I already want to say before somebody ask the question: The situation is not easier of course,but not impossible either. We will do anything and try to reach next round."
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