The Next Few Days Are Going To Be An Emotional Rollercoaster For Liverpool Fans
Liverpool fans will no doubt experience a rollercoaster of emotions before the season is out.
After all, the Reds are not only neck and neck with Manchester City in the Premier League title race, but they have also progressed to the semi-finals of the Champions League after sweeping Porto aside in the quarter-finals.
However, the next couple of days could be an important point in Liverpool's hopes of capturing the league title.
City were knocked out of the Champions League on Wednesday night at the hands of Tottenham Hotspur, but could Spurs deal another blow to Pep Guardiola's ambitions of recapturing the league title on Saturday?
That's right, Guardiola's men will host Spurs at the Etihad Stadium for their third clash of the month, so Liverpool supporters will be hoping -- and praying -- for Mauricio Pochettino's side to hand the reigning Premier League champions back-to-back defeats.
Meanwhile, Liverpool will be travelling to the Cardiff City Stadium on Sunday for their clash with Cardiff City.
If there were ever a time for Reds supporters to show their support for United, then it would be next week when the Red Devils take on City at Old Trafford in the Manchester derby.
Liverpool will host Huddersfield Town at Anfield next Friday ahead of their first-leg clash with Barcelona in the semi-finals.
City, on the other hand, will be heading to Turf Moor next Sunday for their Premier League clash with Burnley.
So, it's safe to say that Liverpool fans will be hoping their side doesn't slip up in the title race.
Speaking ahead of the match against Cardiff, Jürgen Klopp was empathetic towards Guardiola after City's Champions League exit.
"It's unbelievable. I really felt for them," he said.
"I know some people said without VAR it's a clear goal, but we're still having discussions about it.
"It was offside in the moment, but it was tough to take. Big compliments to Tottenham.
"I said at the start of the season they had the toughest summer not because they didn't sign anyone, but because they only had two weeks off.
"To score three at City, of course they deserve it. Whether it has an influence on the league, I have no idea. We will see that."
It's going to be a mad week of a emotional rollercoaster for us :
Saturday: Man City vs Spurs
Sunday: Cardiff vs Liverpool
Wednesday: United vs City
Friday: Liverpool vs Huddersfield
Sunday: Burnley vs Man City
- Samuel (@VintageSalah) 19 April 2019
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