Klopp's Liverpool are vulnerable - Neuer

Klopp's Liverpool are vulnerable - Neuer

Pep Guardiola's Manchester City take on German side Schalke 04 while Atletico Madrid, runners-up in 2014 and 2016, come up against Cristiano Ronaldo and Italian heavyweights Juventus.

He added: "On their day, Tottenham can be outstanding. If they play to their very best, they have got a great chance of still going through".

After a tumultuous time at the helm of Manchester United, the "Special One" was axed on Tuesday following his side's humbling 3-1 defeat by Liverpool on Sunday. We played against Man United and not Man United and City.

Klopp insists the schedule is of little relevance. That doesn't work. We are really concentrating on our situation.

"We can not change the results of other teams and we can not be champions in December". If you came down from the Moon and knew nothing about Manchester United, you'd think they were an average Premiership side.

We will back ourselves against anyone but Dortmund are our opponents so hopefully we will get to the next round.

"(Klopp) said to me he wanted me to be in the game directly. There is nothing to think about yet.

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Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho will face no further action on charges of using abusive language following their Premier League win over Newcastle United in October, the English Football Association (FA) said on Monday.

If that was a pointed comment regarding Pogba's previous lacklustre displays, then what Mourinho said after the final whistle also seemed to be with his $116 million midfielder in mind. "We had this little talk, after a attractive start, he got less decisive, his left foot is made for decisive things and shooting". That is enough to know.

"They can counter quickly and they're unsafe in front of goal, but they're also vulnerable, as we've seen, and they'll be up against a good Bayern attack".

It was telling that Mourinho, speaking before kickoff against Liverpool, spoke of how United had become "more aggressive, more simple and more intense without the ball" with Nemanja Matic, Ander Herrera and Jesse Lingard as the central-midfield three in recent games.

"It's always hard to play Manchester United", said PSG boss Thomas Tuchel. I think Wolves will be a bit too early, but after that we can think about him.

"But for that, he needs to train". Pain goes down second by second, which is good.

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