Liverpool have confirmed our starting XI to take on Spurs in the CL final, and it’s looks like we’re gonna be in a for a great match.
Jurgen Klopp has named a full-strength side for tonight’s clash, with all of Mane, Salah, Bobby and Van Dijk all, expectedly, being handed starts by Klopp.
Star full-backs Robertson and Alexander-Arnold will also play from the get-go this evening, a decision from Klopp that has seen the England youngster make Champions League history.
As seen in the tweet below, after being named in our starting XI, Trent’s become the youngest ever player to start in consecutive CL finals.
Trent Alexander-Arnold is the youngest player in Champions League history to start back-to-back #UCL finals.
Liverpool’s Golden Boy writes a new page in the record books. pic.twitter.com/0d584wPCQI
— Squawka Football (@Squawka) June 1, 2019
It a huge night for all ours lads, but we’re sure given how amazing we’ve been this year that the boys will get the job done in style.
We’ve already beaten Spurs twice this year, and given our starting XI, we’re absolutely convinced that Trent and Co will make it a hat-trick tonight and bring home our sixth European crown.
Tonight’s DEFINITELY going to be a big one! COME ON LADS!