Liverpool Defender Ragnar Klavan admitted that tomorrow’s Champions League Semi-Final Second-Leg against Roma will be “crazy”.
Last week’s First-Leg ended in a 5-2 victory for the Reds and they are in the driving seat to progress through to their first Champions League Final since 2007, when they were defeated 2-1 by Milan.
Klavan spoke to Liverpool’s Official Website about tomorrow’s huge match.
“They play at home and with their home crowd behind them, it’s going to be a crazy Champions League Semi-Final, but we are ready for it and we trust our own qualities, so we should be able to cope with it.
“You always have to give your best in every situation, even when it feels like we have the easier job to do than they have.
“It doesn’t matter, there’s still the second game to go and they showed against Barcelona how strong they are.
“Those are all big warning signs for us that we really need to be at our best level, otherwise it’s not possible to go to the final.
“Of course they are aware of the fact that we are so deadly and powerful up front and they have to also think about that, but if we are on our toes, on our best level, we have a great chance to go to the final.
“We are such a good team and we have one game left so we have nothing to be scared of if we play our own game the way we always do.
“This is a really good position for us”.