Jan Oblak admits he wants Atletico Madrid to ‘disturb’ Liverpool’s £67m man in tonight Champions League

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Atletico Madrid Jan Oblak And Liverpool Alison Becker are the best goalkeepers in the world and they will come face to face tonight in the Champions League.

Jan Oblak has raved about Alisson Becker’s qualities but he admits that he is hoping his Atletico Madrid side can ‘disturb’ the Liverpool shot-stopper tonight in the Champions League. Jan Oblak claimed that his goalkeeping counterpart was ‘the best’ in the world last season, as he helped Liverpool to European Cup glory in Madrid – Alisson moved to Merseyside during the summer of 2018 for £67 million.

The reds return to the place where they etched their names into the history books for the 7th time, but this time, they face much difficult task in trying to dislodge a Diego Simeone side that has rottweiler-like qualities to their play.

On the other hand, Jurgen Klopp’s men have been unstoppable on home soil, as they have dispatched teams up and down the land with relative ease, but Oblak is hoping his side could potentially put a stop to that. Oblak reported, “Becker was the best Goal Keeper last year and I congratulate him on that, but I hope we do enough to disturb him.”

This is going to be a tough test for both parties but it is one that Liverpool already know the music to and one that isn’t over regardless of the situation. Liverpool’s comeback win against Barcelona last season is proof that whatever happens tonight, nothing will prepare Simeone’s men for a tough and gruelling second-leg encounter at Anfield. There will be a number of familiar faces on the show tonight, and in these coming weeks, none other than Diego Costa, and the currently injured Kieran Trippier.

The latter will miss tonight’s game, but there could be the possibility that Ex-Chelsea striker, Costa faces up against the world’s best in Virgil van Dijk.

Liverpool’s comeback win against Barcelona last season is proof that whatever happens tonight, nothing will prepare Simeone’s men for a tough and gruelling second-leg encounter at Anfield. Tonight’s game will be a massive and interesting game tonight.

Abolade Abdullahi

Abolade Abdullahi

Abolade Abdullahi is a journalist for express info news. He writes on sports and politics.

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