New Liverpool Manager Jurgen Klopp looks set to bag silverware in his first season as the Anfield boss following Liverpool FC’s thrashing of the Spanish club Villareal to secure a place in the Europa League Finals in Basel on May 18th. This is by no means a mean achievement given the fact that Liverpool FC was at the verge of been knocked out of the Europa league.
Having managed to secure a draw away at Borussia Dortmund in the first leg of the quota finals, Liverpool FC faced a tricky home return leg against a determined Borussia Dortmund side.
Liverpool FC had to muster a remarkable comeback at Anfield in the return leg after going behind in the opening stages of the encounter to the brilliant attacking display of Borussia Dortmund, a win that had fans calling to mind the miracle of Istanbul where Liverpool FC came from 3 goals down to defeat AC Milan and Clinch the Champions league trophy.
Success at the quota finals set up Liverpool against Villareal in the Semi-finals. As fate would have it, Liverpool FC went down 1 goal to Villareal in the away match at Villareal. Liverpool was now left with an uphill task at Anfield of ensuring a win to secure progress into the Finals.
Liverpool FC again produced a remarkable display winning the home encounter by 3 goals and on aggregate by 3 goals to 1 setting up an encounter in the finals with Europa League Holders Sevilla in Basel on the 18th of May.
Liverpool’s progress into the finals of the Europa league drew the attention of former Liverpool and Uruguay International striker Luis Suarez who was quick to congratulate the Reds via his twitter handle.
Suarez who left Liverpool FC for Barcelona at the end of 2013/2014 the season had a successful spell at Anfield bagging a total of 82 goals in 133 appearances for Liverpool FC. Besides, Luis Suarez was the top scorer in the 2013/2014 English Premier League season having scored 31 league goals for Liverpool FC.