Liverpool narrowly qualified for the Champions League quarter-finals, despite losing the second leg of the competition’s final price at Anfield, which witnessed an incident that halted the match for a few minutes.
This was not a stop to drink water, because it was cold in Liverpool yesterday, Tuesday, but rather because there was a medical emergency in the stands, which was first alerted by German coach Jurgen Klopp, “Reds” coach.
The videos and photos showed Klopp alerting the referee to what was happening in the stands, and the medical staff rushed towards the stands, and quickly the Spanish referee Matteo Lahoz responded and stopped the match and allowed the medical devices to assist the injured.
It was an occasion for the players of the two teams to drink water and rest for a few minutes and allow the coach of the two teams to give directions and adjust the tendons.
The “Liver” snatched the ticket to qualify for the quarter-finals with a total score of 2-1, thanks to its victory over Inter 2-0 in the first leg at San Siro.
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