Tuesday night's victory for Liverpool over Napoli and Tottenham's draw with Barcelona confirmed their qualification for the knockout stage of the Champions League and they will join Manchester City and Manchester United, who, having already got through and finish their group obligations on Wednesday night, in the metaphorical "hat".
Real Madrid will discover their opponents in the last-sixteen of the Champions League on Monday 17 of December in a draw set to take place at UEFA headquarters in Nyon (12:00pm). Alisson is a fine goalkeeper and has made a significant difference to Liverpool but De Gea, despite some indifferent displays, remains alongside the world's best and just edges out the Brazilian.
"My strongest memory is that they have a sign saying "This is Anfield" and everyone was talking about it, so I was thinking it's very big, you know", Mertens told The Times in an interview.
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"A couple of mistakes, three mistakes you'd say in the Napoli defence".
Pochettino has been linked with Real Madrid and Manchester United but stated last month that he wants to win silverware with Spurs, while he stressed last week that he feels valued by Levy.
"No, I think he deserves a fantastic recognition because what he's doing, him and the board, is a fantastic thing for the club and it's going to be there forever".
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Napoli have now been eliminated from the Champions League and although Alisson has received widespread praise for his intervention, Milik acknowledged that he felt guilty over the squandered opportunity. I am not happy with the perception when they are not assessing us in the right way. We know we have to give a good performance every week to continue the run we are in.
"I don't really think we are invincible and, if we think that, we have a manager (Jurgen Klopp) that would put both feet on the ground".
'I think the year before I came Liverpool finished eighth so those things can happen.
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"There are more than 20 companies working on it, a lot of people and it is so, so hard. It is going to be hard".