Manuel Neuer: Liverpool are vulnerable

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Bayern goalkeeper Manuel Neuer considers Liverpool, his team’s opponent in the Champions League 1/8 finals, vulnerable.

On Monday, UEFA held a draw for the playoffs’ first round of the elite European tournament. Liverpool got Bayern Munich as their rivals, having taken second place in the group.

The Reds will meet with Bundesliga champions at Enfield on February 19. The 2nd match of this pair will be held at Allianz Arena on March 13. And although Liverpool remain the only Premier League’s team, which hasn’t yet suffered a single defeat, Neuer has already seen some weak points of his future opponent.

Neuer acknowledges that Liverpool are having a great season. And everyone remembered that Klopp’s team was in the Champions League final last year. However, the goalkeeper doesn’t think that they will be satisfied with a draw at Anfield.

The Reds will face Bayern’s powerful attack. They seem invulnerable, but in reality, they aren’t as Liverpool have weak points. Manuel is sure that there will be two great games that will please everyone.

(Reporting by Kovtunov Ilya, editing by Ponomarenko Valeriia)

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