Liverpool entered 2019-2020 UEFA Champions League competition as defending champions having battled out to the final after claiming one of the best comebacks in European football when they faced off Barcelona. Liverpool claimed their sixth European champions league title after hammering Tottenham Hotspurs 2-0 last season under the stewardship of the German guffer Jurgen Klopp. If Liverpool will have to defend the UEFA champions league title, they will have to apply superb exercise in defensive discipline.
As we have noted during the ongoing 2019-2020 UEFA Champions League competition, Liverpool has been struggling to implement the fast-flowing attacking football tactic preferred by head coach Jurgen Klopp. Having led the rest of the teams in the domestic league competition with a significant gap, injuries and rotations have piled unwanted pressure on their journey to retain the UEFA Champions League crown. Given that teams are now going to focus more on them to try to learn more about them, Liverpool will have to pull up an extraordinary effort for them to reach the final of the competition, let alone win it.
Even though the challenge Liverpool face to defend the UEFA champions league is mountainous, they are the perennial favorite and rightly so given that the squad possess a great belief in their ability after downing elite teams last season