Press voices: Liverpools football in words – and a Bavaria

After the 2-0 against Villarreal in the first leg of the Champions League semi-final, the “Guardian” tried to put the Liverpool football into words.
The presses from England and Spain.

Great Britain

The Sun: “The reds stand with one leg in the Champions League final after a quick double strike ends the stubborn resistance of the guests.”

Daily Mail: “Liverpool in the end got what it deserves, but it took a while.”

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The Independent: “Liverpool is about to take part in the height of European football for the tenth time, but only after a 2-0 victory that felt very far from a top performance. (…) Gave moments when it was difficult not to ask yourself how exactly Bayern Munich was eliminated. “

Guardian: “van dijk to Konaté back to van dijk to Thiago and like a flash is Thiago away and continues to Fabinho Fabinho to Robertson and he runs oh god he runs and diaz sprints los henderson sprints you see Salah im The corner of the eye but Robertson pulls inside and there is a big gap between Juan and Pau so you close it but now Mané is free and Robertson flank Diaz to the ball and someone else in a red jersey is the mané and the ball goes into the outline You can finally breathe. Oh gentleman, is the Jota who comes in right away? As far as you can express them at all, this is the experience you have when you meet Liverpool in top shape: football without punctuation or a break to think. “


Marca: “In a Champions League semi-final, you not only have to do your best, but also have the goddess of happiness on his side, and the yellow one hit the yellow at the first goal.”

El Pais: “Villarreal’s padlock dismissed in Angeldd. After it showed iron strength in Turin and Munich and had resisted for almost an hour in Liverpool. When the domestic team threatened to lose the nerve after a vehement but fruitless siege, destroyed a deflected flank from Henderson, which bounced into Estupinan and landed in Rulli’s goal, the fortress that Emery had built with monthly patient concrete syringes. “

El Mundo Deportivo: “Villarreal, which dreams of his first Champions League final, will have to catch up on a 0-2 deficit on May 3rd in the La Ceramica stadium in the semi-final second leg against Liverpool to To be there in Paris. But as far as the game and the chances are concerned, you can say that Villarreal came out of Anfield on Wednesday and that the result was the best news for the team of Unai Emery who had no chance of scoring. “

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