Liverpool qualifies for semis with aggregate score of 6-4; match finishes 3-3
Liverpool's goal is to become a team nobody wants to face, manager Juergen Klopp said on Tuesday ahead of their Champions League quarter-final second leg against Benfica at Anfield.
Liverpool leads 3-1 after victory in Lisbon last week and Klopp's side are in a rich vein of form having lost only once in their last 22 games in all competitions, winning 18 times.
"We were good in Benfica, I liked the game. The main target is again being the one team no one wants to play," Klopp told reporters ahead of Wednesday's clash.
"Really aggressive in a football sense, defending well, knowing more about the way they play."
The English League Cup winner has what Klopp described as a "super intense" schedule and are on track for an unprecedented haul of four trophies this season.
Liverpool is second in the Premier League, trailing leader Manchester City by a point, and has also reached the semi-final of the FA Cup.
Klopp added his team selection would not be made with one eye on Saturday's FA Cup semi-final against City, with whom they drew 2-2 in the league on Sunday.
"The next game has no influence on the line up for tomorrow but the last game has so we have to see," Klopp said.