Former Liverpool and England star Michael Owen knows the pressure will be heavily piled on the Reds when they face Spurs in the Champions League final in Madrid.
Well, that was exciting wasn’t it? Sometimes, you see a club having a rollercoaster season and you can just tell that everybody involved is having an absolute ball. That was definitely Liverpool this year.
With Manchester City an absolute shoe in for the Premier League title with four months of the season still to play, the majority of attention has now switched from who will finish the season as champions to who will be joining Pep Guardiola’s all-conquering squad in the three other Champions League-qualifying spots.
Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard has been impressed with the professional attitude of Wales star Ben Woodburn, and has made him his Captain at youth level.
When the final whistle blew at the King Power, the cause for alarm at Liverpool became incredibly real as the away end’s disgruntled murmurs turned into unmistakable booing.
It’s the same old story for Liverpool, as Burnley hold the reds to a 1-1 draw at Anfield after going 1-0 up through a Scott Arfield opener.
Tom Heaton will be unavailable for selection by Burnley manager Sean Dyche for quite some time, after the club confirmed the goalkeeper would be missing “for months” following a shoulder injury.