"In my experience, it's not that before the game you think: 'Yeah, I believe we will do it.' I'm completely fine with the chance".
The Argentine scored twice last week and will want to inflict more damage on the Premier League side alongside two former Liverpool stars Luis Suarez - who scored (and celebrated) last time out - and Brazilian playmaker Philippe Coutinho.
Suarez shone on the field during a turbulent three-and-a-half year at Liverpool, that included long bans for biting Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic and racially abusing Patrice Evra of Manchester United.
Barcelona may well allow Liverpool to enjoy the majority of possession and wait for the right opportunity to pounce on the counter-attack, with one more goal surely more than enough to seal their passage through to the final.
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Despite their desperation for silverware, Liverpool will be under the spotlight for how they handle Salah's injury after a week in which the protocols surrounding head injuries in football were questioned. The Catalans are no stranger to squandering three-goal leads in the Champions League and crashed out last season at the quarter-final stage after giving up a three goal margin to Roma.
"It looks you have to be ideal to beat (Barcelona) and we should try that", Klopp said, adding his players could "fail in the most handsome way". Because if we start to think about the result we had, it would be an error.
Suarez who scored 82 goals in 133 games for the Anfield club, added: "Being captain of Liverpool was one of the proudest moments of my career".
Dortmund had lost 3-0 away to Real Madrid in the first leg and were practically out, but in front of their impassioned support, they had the Spanish giants on the rack from first minute to last.
"We don't have to be complacent entering into this tie". "He's desperate (to play)". "If not, let's at least go out playing nicely".
Messi was once again the best player on the pitch and his 30-yard free kick which made it 3-0 illustrated the difference he makes time and again for his side. "If you switch off for 30 seconds they can score and that warms up the fans".