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The big vow Jordan Henderson made ahead of Champions League second leg

Timothy Aiyeku

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The Champions League tie between Liverpool and the German Bundesliga outfit Bayern Munich ended in a 0-0 draw and that is quite a disappointment for the Reds team knowing that a win would have been to their advantage.

But that is nothing to worry about for Jordan Henderson who has vowed to hurt the Champions League opponents in the second leg that will be coming up in Germany in the next three weeks.

The star midfielder who had one of the best performances in the game has promised to hurt the German Bundesliga side by securing a qualification right in front of their fans.

He made it clear that their chances are still alive, stressing that they will go ahead to focus on the games before the second leg of the Champion League and them return for the game in the next three weeks.

Jordan Henderson admitted that the encounter will be difficult; stressing that all that would be needed is to be confident ahead of the game because they have got the experience to do so.

However, manager Jurgen Klopp expected his side to secure a win in the Tuesday night game so as to have it easy in the second leg but he is also positive that the game is yet to be over.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.