Liverpool’s Worst Possible Champions League Group

Jurgen Klopp DortmundLiverpool booked their place in the group stages of the UEFA Champions League after dismantling Hoffenheim at Anfield last night.

The Merseysiders have been placed in the Pot 3 for today’s draw and the fans will be hoping to get an easy group.

Last time out in 2014-15, the Reds were knocked out from the group stages of the competition. The same could happen this time around as well if they get a tough group. Here is the worst possible CL group for Liverpool as per our team.

  • Real Madrid
  • PSG
  • Liverpool
  • Feyenoord

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Liverpool lost both home and away against Real Madrid in the 2014-15 Champions League and now the 12 time European Champions (Pot 1) are even stronger. They are easily the best side in the world and will surely be the biggest test for Klopp.

From Pot 2, the Anfield club may get French giants Paris Saint-Germain who broke the transfer record to lure Neymar from Barca this summer. PSG scored 6 goals in their last league game, 4 after going down to 10 men. They have serious ambitions to win the CL this season.

From Pot 4, Dutch champions Feyenoord are arguably the toughest side. Not to forget, they defeated Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United in the Europa League last season and have the quality to upset big teams in the CL.

Complete list of the teams and the pots (ESPN).

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2 Responses to Liverpool’s Worst Possible Champions League Group

  1. Nasabdul says:

    We are capable to qualify from any group,but we still need additional players

  2. Nsikgeo says:

    I must state categorically clear without any fear nor favour that Liverpool is not affraid of any team in the world, especially if we have a competative squad! But i must advice that liverpool is in need of a natural and prooven goal scorer and prooven central defenders! If these two key areas are strengthened i think we can beat any team in the world!

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