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15/04/2019 - 18:36 BST

We Still Have A Word To Say, Porto Boss Warns Liverpool


FC Porto coach Sergio Conceicao believes that his team will need to be nearly perfect to beat Liverpool at the Estadio do Dragao, but believes that the job is still doable.

The Portuguese champions find themselves 2-0 down from the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final tie at Anfield and will have a mountain to climb when they meet the Reds this Wednesday.

After winning their last game against Portimonense in the league 3-0, Conceicao's team look confident and in spite of the main aim of the season being to win the league, the Porto coach insists that they will do everything they can to ensure progress in the Champions League.

"Our aim is becoming champions of Portugal, but we will obviously do all we can to qualify [in the Champions League]", the Porto coach was quoted as saying by his club's official site.


The Porto boss says his troops are confident, in spite of knowing that a nearly perfect game will have to be produced to get past Liverpool.

"We are confident about that match. We need to be nearly perfect to beat them, but I believe we still have a word to say.”


The English giants dominated possession when the two sides met last week, though Porto did carry a threat.

The Reds, who also won their league match this weekend against Chelsea, will be eyeing another positive result in Portugal in order to ensure that they take part in their second straight semi-final in Europe's biggest tournament.