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UCL: Injured Aguero to miss Liverpool clash

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Cary Erickson | 04 April, 2018, 01:36

Sergio Aguero will miss the first leg of Manchester City's Champions League quarter-final tie with Liverpool as he continues to recover from a knee injury.

He has played a lot of games because Sergio has been injury.

"It is a big game against one of the best teams in Europe, if not the best team in Europe at the moment", said Klopp on Tuesday.

However, the Reds haven't reached the Champions League last four for a decade and Klopp wants modern day memories created at Anfield.

He said: "We come here to play football".

However, Guardiola refused to rule the player out of contention for the derby with Manchester United, with City knowing a win over the neighbours on Saturday will secure the Premier League title.

"This club is already so full of history and we have to write our own history", said German Klopp.

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"I'm sure that will be the case tomorrow night and they will create an atmosphere that helps us, that we can use to our advantage and we can give them things to cheer about".

"I didn't beat Pep, my teams did and I was lucky with them doing what they did", said Klopp. It is a game, a sport.

"He has a training session this afternoon, but even when we could need him really, we cannot rush it. That is what it is but it is a nice place to play football".

"I like the hard jobs, that is the most interesting thing for a manager", added Klopp.

"But if you think you did your best job already - I don't know which game, maybe Dortmund, maybe Villarreal or any other game at Anfield - come on, bring yourself to the next level!" If we defend 90 minutes it's because Liverpool are unstoppable but why should we change when it's going well so far, when we've had good results and they know they can do it but we know sometimes we have to defend.

"If we can make an advantage with the atmosphere, then try it".