Liverpool coach Klopp not looking beyond Porto Champions League clash

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Speaking in an interview with Liverpool FC's website after the game, Mane said: "All the time it's very important because sometimes it's hard, you can't score a goal".

"We've proved over the past few years we can beat anyone, but you have to be consistent".

"But it is about being consistent, learning from the mistakes you've made and not looking too far ahead".

"He can do it on his own at times but it's important that we keep creating those opportunities and also that he keeps doing the work for us as part of the team as well, which he does".

FC Porto face an nearly impossible task but will be looking to give a better account of themselves as they travel to Merseyside looking to overturn a five-goal deficit.

Liverpool have all but sealed their place in the Champions League quarter finals with a dominant display away to Porto at the Estádio do Dragão in the first leg of this last 16 tie, which sees the Reds carry a 5-0 aggregate lead. That being said, I think this will be a high scoring game since Porto will play open football. "We are improving all the time".

"I feel good and this is the time of the season where it matters most". Roberto Firmino deserves a rest and could be replaced by Danny Ings, who will get the first UCL start of his career.

"But I really respect it and if he can win this competition he deserves it".

'I've been lucky to play with some great players and he's up there.

Porto (4-2-3-1): Casillas, B. Pereira, Felipe, Marcano, M. Pereira; Brahimi, Oliveira, Herrera, Corona, Gonçalo Paciência; Aboubakar. They have won their last four games and scored a lot of goals.

In Champions League, eight of Liverpool's nine games have ended with more than 2.5 goals.

And he believes that will hold them in good stead for a tilt at the European Cup.

"I didn't make the line-up so far because I couldn't", the manager said at a press conference.

"It's something we have to keep working at".

Up top, the tremendous three have started every single game since January 5th, and there is no indication that trend is going to turn anytime soon. "We had an intense game on Saturday [2-0 win over Newcastle United] and we had a few knocks and little things here and there, we had ill players before that, hopefully nothing new happened in this department".

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