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Naby Keita is the final puzzle piece of Klopp's Anfield revolution

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Even aside that, and beyond the fact that Liverpool so obviously need the 23-year-old, it is undeniable that Keita seems such a perfect player for Liverpool as well.

Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice during the Bernabeu encounter, becoming the first player to record 100 goals in Champions League history.

Liverpool have a better attack this season than when Luis Suarez starred at the club, according to Steven Gerrard.

Liverpool absolutely wiped the floor with Porto during their emphatic 5-0 victory in the first leg of their last-16 tie in the Champions League. "That's good. I said to him after the last game, 'finally, you're back' immediately after when we talked on the pitch", he said.

One such player who could be looking at a chance in the first-team is striker Danny Ings.

It marked a return to form for the Senegal international, and Klopp said: "He gave the right answer".

Liverpool fans were certainly impressed by his performance and are clearly hoping he gets a chance in the second leg... The Northern Irishman also favorably compares in the exhilaration stakes to his German counterpart, having taken Liverpool as close to a Premier League title as they have got since its inception in 1992. He was always important, he was always fantastic for us, even in his not-that-good moments.

Ings has had a torrid time since moving to Liverpool from Burnley in 2015.

"Which was the best goal?"

However, Jimmy Case levelled the proceedings just before half-time and Kop idol Emlyn Hughes scored in the 71st-minute to give the Reds a 2-1 advantage heading back to Anfield.

Liverpool hero Steven Gerrard has revealed live on BT Sport that Emre Can is set to leave the club in the summer. Everyone will talk about that, as well they should. Keita is the man to complete the cycle.

"In this business it is always the same - it says nothing about that".