Cricketer Zvenzda (Red Belgrade) lost in the Champions League group stage 0-4 and before, even lost in the PSG at 1-6. Crvena Zvezda, however, is very upset when local fans play at the Rajko Mitic Stadium, which he calls Marakana (the imitation of the legendary Brazilian Maracana).
Before the match against Liverpool, Serbian representatives obtained 7 undefeated home games (3 wins). Worse still, they just lost 1/14 of their last home games (7 winners) and scored just 5 goals in 14 games. Naples is the first team to win the power of Crvena Zvezda in the Champions League this season and Serbia to score 1 point and 0 goals. With Liverpool and PSG, the following match showed that Napoli was neither weak nor serious. Simply Crvena Zvezda has played well at home.
In this match, Klopp took first place against the 4-0 victory against two weeks ago. In particular, the most striking is the presence of Sturridge in the team instead of Firmino. In fact, Sturridge often played bad at every turn, but everyone knows how Firmino is eating with Mane and Salah, creating triple atoms that can destroy the entire defense.
Also, Shaqiri wasn't there for lana sensitive L reasons (he replaced Lallana). The Kosovo-born Swiss citizen has left the Serbian Federation, so there are still political and ethnic problems between the two. Please note that in the 2016 World Cup finals, Shaqiri carried out provocation by Serbia and its fans to meet each other between Switzerland and Serbia. Matip, with Van Dijk and Joel Gomez in the midfield, left midfield, James Milner replaced Fabinho.
Predictably, the host, Crvena Zvezda, is extremely excited to create a game that is full of confidence in the game and drowned in powerful guests.
Crvena Zvezda (4-2-3-1): Milan Borjan; Filip Stojkovic, Vujadin Savic, Milos Degenek, Milan Rodic; Nenad Krsticic, Dusan Jovancic; Slavoljub Srnic, Marko Marin, El Fardou Ben; Milan Pavkov.
Liverpool (4-3-3): Alisson; Trent Alexander-Arnold, Joel Matip, Virgil van Dijk, Andrew Robertson; James Milner, Georginio Wijnaldum, Adam Lallana; Mohamed Salah, Daniel Sturridge, Sadio Mane.