Liverpool maintained their exceptional European performance under the command of Jurgen Klopp after beating Napoli 1-0 on Tuesday to advance to the knockout stage of the Champions League.
Still undefeated, Klopp has won 12 of 15 European appearances at Anfield and has the gift of making the Reds appear when they really need them.
And we rated each of these 15 performances under German on Merseyside.
15. 1-1 Rubin Kazan, October 2015
This was only Klopp's second game at the helm of Liverpool, and the malaise that lingered in the last few months of Brendan Rodgers' reign took some time to get rid of.
A well-earned free-kick from Emre Can was the only highlight of the game as Liverpool could not find a winner, despite playing for an hour against 10 men.
14. 2-2 Seville, September 2017
Liverpool did better against the Spanish side than they did in the Europa League final of 2016 when they were beaten 3-1.
They created a series of good chances and could easily have won the game, but like the 3-3 draw at Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, individual defensive lapses cost them three points – a recurring theme uncorrected until Virgil van Dijk's arrivals. and Alisson.
Joe Gomez's late red card ended a disappointing night.
13. 0-0 Porto, March 2018
This was the luxury of being a dead rubber, as a rare victory away from the Champions League to Liverpool made this second leg a formality after winning 5-0 in Porto.
Adam Lallana, Joel Matip and even Danny Ings went to Liverpool with Mohamed Salah, Van Dijk and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain at rest.
12. 2-1 Bordeaux, November 2015
The team featured four Nathaniel Clyne athletes, Dejan Lovren, Kolo Toure and Alberto Moreno, who played Joe Allen, Lucas Leiva, Jordon Ibe and Christian Benteke. Of the beginners, only Lovren and Milner are still regulars, with unrecognizable team three years later.
Still, they did the work, coming from behind with Milner and Benteke's goals to nullify Henri Saivet's 16-yard indirect kick, which was memorable after Simon Mignolet slipped into a state of flight and held the ball for 20 seconds.
11. 3-0 Maribor, November 2017
After winning 7-0 in Slovenia, this was expected to be another chance. But Anfield was a bit nervous as Liverpool went into the scoreless break, failing to score 13 shots in the first half.
Eventually, the goals of Salah, Can and Daniel Sturridge took Liverpool to the top of the group after four games. James Milner saw a penalty saved, which was the fourth penalty that Liverpool failed to convert.
A clue to what they would do in Porto, City and Rome in knockouts.
10. 4-0 Red Star of Belgrade, October 2018
Despite a record start early in the 2018-19 season, Liverpool rarely produced the performance of the previous season when Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane scored 10 goals each.
They looked at their best again here while the trio united well to destroy the Red Star. Salah scored two and Firmino and Mane scored one for each.
9. 4-2 Hoffenheim, August 2017
To qualify for the Champions League for the first time under Klopp, Liverpool needed to pass a preliminary round against the young team of Julian Nagelsmann.
The Reds led an impressive 2-1 to Anfield in Game 2, and all nerves were eliminated early on, with a 3-0 lead to make a total of 5-1 overall.
The excellent offensive football mixed with naive defensive fragilities would be a sign of things for Liverpool in the Champions League that season.
8. 7-0 Spartak Moscow, December 2017
Liverpool entered this game needing to avoid defeat against the Russian champions to qualify for the first knockout round of the Champions League for the first time since 2009.
As they always did this season, they flew out of traps to reach a 3-0 lead in the 18th minute and failed to complete the beating with four more in the second half.
Each of the top three scored a goal while Philippe Coutinho hat-tricked in one of his last appearances in the red shirt.
7. 3-2 PSG, September 2018
Liverpool had the perfect start to a difficult group as they inflicted the first defeat of Thomas Tuchel – and so far only – as manager of PSG. A resurgent Sturridge put them ahead before Milner doubled his penalty, and they should have done more like a PSG Marco Verratti-less took a non-existent midfield for Anfield.
They almost paid for their lack of appetite when Kylian Mbappe made it 2-2 at the end of the match. But Roberto Firmino's excellent injury winner turned out to be vital in the end.
6. 1-0 Napoli, December 2018
Thus, many of Liverpool's European victories in recent years were defined by their resplendent attack, but this was all down to the leadership of Virgil van Dijk and Alisson's ability to make a decisive when called.
If it had not been for Mane's lack of gold opportunities, Klopp's men could have been out of sight, but they had to overtake him through Salah's well-scored goal, in which he demonstrated a Messi simulation. Kalidou Koulibaly and defeated David Ospina.
Jose Callejon could have won for Napoli, but the game will be remembered for Alisson's stop against Arkadiusz Milik.
5. 3-0 Villarreal, May 2016
Liverpool had to lose 1-0 in Spain, but they managed to triumph 3-0 in the second leg and set a final against Sevilla.
There was a certain degree of luck when the ball deflected Bruno Soriano to improve things early on, but they came to have a dominant performance, deservedly coming out on top of both legs. Goals in the second half of Sturridge and Lallana did the job.
4. 2-0 Man Utd, March 2016
Klopp had not been at work for six months at this time but he had done very well to instill his energetic style by pressing on Liverpool and having them put on a great performance, wholly framed in his image, against his biggest rivals.
Sturridge had given Liverpool an early lead on the penalty spot after Memphis Depay knocked Clyne down and Firmino's midfield late goal was coming.
A 1-1 draw at Old Trafford in the second leg ensured a satisfying win.
3. 5-2 Rome, April 2018
There was every reason to fear Rome after hitting Barcelona with a 3-0 win in the second leg in the quarter-finals with a physical and courageous performance.
However, Eusebio Di Francesco's lineup was suicidal and Liverpool's top three took the opportunity to exploit it – Salah got the top two, Mane added the third before Firmino had Anfield delirious with the fourth and fifth.
A lapse in concentration allowed Dzeko to score a goal off, while a questionable penalty given to the handball given against Milner gave Rome a glimmer of hope for the second leg at the Stadio Olimpico, which ended 4-2 for Rome in a similar way * t match – but Liverpool reached the final of Kiev.
2. 3-0 Manchester City, April 2018
Despite being undone by Liverpool's aggressive third-place finisher, who lost 4 to 3 in the league in January, the first of the season, Pep Guardiola's City was a strong favorite as they virtually tied the league title, which was eventually won with a record of points and goals.
But Liverpool made the same game plan with skill, with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain aiming to put Liverpool 2-0 in the best of the three.
Watching the game to deny City an away goal showed a new dimension to their game, which was arguably as impressive as what they did up front.
1. 4-3 Borussia Dortmund, April 2016
Klopp had experienced an unbelievable European return to Dortmund when he reached the Champions League semi-finals in 2013 as two goalscoring goals against Malaga took them to the semifinals. He managed to seize another, but this time it was time for his former club to suffer in the end.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang put the visitors ahead with just two goals in 10 minutes and the away goals rule meant Liverpool needed a win to make progress.
They came back from 3-1 to the end of the match, with Mamadou Sakho equalizing 15 minutes from time, but the chance seemed to have been lost when the game started in 3 to 3.
When Lovren met Milner's cross with a header from far away, Anfield exploded. From that point forward, Liverpool recaptured its aura of Anfield under Klopp.
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