After their recent league match ended in a 2-2 draw, Liverpool and Manchester City are up to another uphill task in the Emirates FA Cup semis this Saturday.
Both the Reds and the Citizens are safely into the UEFA Champions League semi-finals after sailing through the midweek matches.
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The winner of tomorrow’s encounter will face the winner between Chelsea and Crystal Palace in the second semi-final scheduled for Sunday.
In a press conference, Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp, hinted at how the FA means a lot to the Reds.
“The FA Cup is a massive competition. So far, we couldn’t even get to the semi-finals, so it is our first experience of a semi-final at Wembley, but better late than never. Now we are there, it means everything to us, “he confidently said.
On the other hand, Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola, reacting to winning four trophies of this kind, stated that the focus is on tomorrow’s game.
“You know my answer to this lovely question? We are not in a position to talk much further. We want to talk about the future, and the reality is today’s practice and tomorrow’s game. The rest, I don’t care, I couldn’t care less,” he said.
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