Learn about the most prominent absences of Liverpool before the Milan match
Learn about the most prominent absences of Liverpool before the Milan match in the Champions League
The Liverpool team, professional in its ranks, the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, suffers from the absence of many players from participating in the matches due to injuries, before facing the Italian Milan.
It is scheduled for tomorrow evening, Tuesday, at the “San Siro” stadium, in the sixth and final round of the group stage of the European Champions League for the current season 2021-2022.
Brazilian striker Roberto Firmino is at the top of the list of injured players in the ranks of Liverpool, since he suffered a thigh injury against Atletico Madrid on November 3.
Naby Keita also suffered a thigh injury in the first half of the Liverpool match against Brighton, last October 30
Liverpool defender Joe Gomez has been absent from matches since the beginning of last November due to a leg injury.
Curtis Jones is the fourth injured player in the ranks of Liverpool during the recent period, after he injured his eye as a result of a collision in training early last month.
Harvey Elliott suffered a severe ankle injury during the Liverpool match against Leeds United last September, and is currently undergoing a rehabilitation program in order to return to participate with the Reds at the earliest opportunity.
Spanish goalkeeper Adrian suffers from an ankle injury, and Klopp decided to include Marcelo as the third goalkeeper in Liverpool until Adrian recovered from the injury.
Liverpool managed to beat AC Milan 3-2 in the second round of Group B in the Champions League, at Anfield.
The Liverpool team officially qualified for the round of 16 in the European Champions League, after leading the second group with 15 points from 5 matches (full mark).
Milan need to win this match with Porto’s draw against Atlético Madrid, in order to qualify for the round of 16 in Champions League.
It is noteworthy that Liverpool leads the standings of Group B in the Champions League, with 15 points, and Porto comes behind it with 5 points, then Milan and Atletico Madrid in third and fourth place, respectively, with 4 points.