Publicado: Vie, Marcha 15, 2019
Deportes | Por Godofredo Marrero

Glen Johnson really, really loves Virgil van Dijk

Glen Johnson really, really loves Virgil van Dijk

Liverpool's commanding Dutch defender produced a solid performance at the back as he guided his side to the Champions League quarter-finals.

Former Liverpool fullback Glen Johnson has lauded Virgil van Dijk, stating the Dutchman can put world-class strikers to sleep. "And now we'll see the next stage and already work for the weekend". We set a mark for LFC tonight that we are back on the global landscape as a football club. We found that and that makes me feel really proud and happy.

"Today we didn't play like in the Bundesliga, of course I don't know why".

"This is important for where we want to get to".

"There are some places in the world where whichever team would struggle".

"We defended pretty well, didn't give them too much, and the front three were outstanding again". There were not too many hard situations in and around our box and that is a massive sign.

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"It is good for English football", Milner told BT Sport.

"But I think no question from Christmas on, this guy has been on fire".

Liverpool will return to Premier League action this Sunday, with a crucial trip to Fulham on the cards which could have huge implications on the title race.

The Bundesliga club, who had been buoyed by a 0-0 draw at Anfield in the first match, were outclassed as Jurgen Klopp's men cruised into the quarter-finals draw on Friday. We wanted fresh legs, not to rest Fabinho but to bring in fresh legs. He was so strong, so important to us, but he can play better than he did [on Wednesday]. He also scored a headed goal, Liverpool's crucial second, prompting Klopp to highlight his enormous value to this team.

"We knew that it would be a very tough game, but I think in both games we were playing too defensive", the Poland global told Viasport. "Bayern has so much quality, unbelievable, and we impressed them and that's a massive thing".

Liverpool fans lauded Sadio Mane after his heroics against Bayern Munich, but many still won't know that he actually made a bit of history on Wednesday night. "I am not like this". It doesn't bring back better results from the time when we lost. "It's just a good moment for Liverpool and let's enjoy that".

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