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What does Liverpools win over Porto mean in the Champions League?

The win keeps Liverpool top of Group B with six points, two points ahead of Atletico Madrid, who beat AC Milan 2-1 with a late penalty. Porto remain in third. It is also a good omen for Liverpool fans as in the two previous seasons they have beaten Porto in the group stage, they have reached the Champions League final.

What is Liverpool’s record against Portugal?

Stat, via Uefa. Liverpool have played Portuguese opposition on 23 occasions, winning 12 of them (D6 L5). At home, they are pretty formidable with seven wins, three draws and just a solitary loss, which came when they lost against Benfica in the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 in 2006.

Is Liverpool vs Porto a good omen for fans?

It is also a good omen for Liverpool fans as in the two previous seasons they have beaten Porto in the group stage, they have reached the Champions League final. Porto were forced into a pre-match change when Pepe was injured in the warm-up and replaced by debutant Fabio Cardoso.

When is Porto’s next Champions League fixture?

Their next Champions League fixture is on Thursday October 19 with a trip to Atletico Madrid. Porto faces Pacos Ferreira on Saturday in Primeira Liga, and welcome Milan to the Stadio Dragao in three weeks time.

How close are Liverpool to a second successive Champions League final?

Liverpool are one step closer to reaching a second successive UEFA Champions League final after taking charge of their quarter-final tie against Porto with a 2-0 victory at Anfield.

Can Liverpool become first Premier League side to win all six games?

Liverpool 2-0 Porto: Second-half strikes from Thiago Alcantara and Mohamed Salah leave the Reds one game away from history as the first Premier League side to win all six group stage games in Europe’s top competition Tyler Morton walked on, twisting his head ever so sightly to get a peek over his shoulder to a familiar spec.

What is Liverpool’s record against Portugal?

Stat, via Uefa. Liverpool have played Portuguese opposition on 23 occasions, winning 12 of them (D6 L5). At home, they are pretty formidable with seven wins, three draws and just a solitary loss, which came when they lost against Benfica in the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 in 2006.

Who are Liverpool’s Champions League 2018/19 changes?

The big news is Tyler Morton’s first ever Champions League start. Liverpool make four changes to the side that beat Arsenal 4-0. As predicted, Minamino and Thiago start, while Fabinho, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Virgil van Dijk and Diogo Jota are on the bench.

What does Liverpools win over Porto mean in the Champions League?

The win keeps Liverpool top of Group B with six points, two points ahead of Atletico Madrid, who beat AC Milan 2-1 with a late penalty. Porto remain in third. It is also a good omen for Liverpool fans as in the two previous seasons they have beaten Porto in the group stage, they have reached the Champions League final.

How many times have Liverpool been undefeated against FC Porto?

Liverpool remain unbeaten against FC Porto in their nine meetings in all competitions (W6 D3); in the clubs history, only against Scunthorpe United and Walsall have they played more often without ever losing (11 each).

Can Firmino become Liverpools third Champions League substitute to score twice?

Roberto Firmino was only the third substitute to score twice in a UEFA Champions League match for Liverpool, after Ryan Babel v Besiktas in 2007 and Georginio Wijnaldum v Barcelona in 2019. Whats next? It is another huge game for Liverpool at the weekend - they host Manchester City on Sunday, live on Sky Sports; kick-off 4.30pm.

How many times have Liverpool scored 3+ goals in a match?

Liverpool have scored 3+ goals in six consecutive matches for only the third time in the clubs history, after doing so in May 2009 and October 1892. No player has provided more assists in the UEFA Champions League for Liverpool (excluding qualifiers) than James Milner (12, level with Steven Gerrard).

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