Henrikh Mkhitaryan gave Borussia Dortmund a dream start by drilling home from close range after five minutes, and Aubameyang doubled the lead after nine minutes with a clinical finish in the penalty area but Mamadou Sakho headed home from close range on 77 turned the game and Dejan Lovren had the final say on 91 minutes of the game helped Liverpool to make a comeback.
German’s words helped produce one of the most amazing turnarounds even Anfield has ever witnessed.
Origi, whose goal brought Liverpool back into the match after they trailed 2-0, said: “The manager told us we had to create the moment to tell our grandchildren and make this a special night here for the fans.
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— Liverpool FC (@LFC) April 14, 2016
The most important thing today was that the team played with heart, and the fans never left us, he said. This was a win for the Liverpool country!”
Klopp had succeeded last week on his return to Dortmund by working on the hearts and the heads of those who used to work for him, tenderizing the Westfalenstadion by appealing to emotions, dragging up the past: suggesting he was better prepared than any manager to face them because of the intimacy he once shared.