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By Gary Rose
BBC Sport in Anfield
Liverpool fans are no strangers to drama and their newest Champions League pops left many of these mentally drained.
The Reds have surely experienced incredible highs and lows – from missing out to last seasons Champions League triumph on the Premier League title.
On Wednesday night, fans once again experienced the full spectrum of emotions as Liverpool raced into a 3-0 lead over Red Bull Salzburg, were pegged back to 3-3 saw a winner is snatched by Mohamed Salah.
Last year Liverpool dropped short of an imperious Manchester City side but it wasnt to the want of trying.
In virtually every game that they squeezed every last minute out of a match critical goals from Crystal Palace and Tottenham to help keep them in the hunt.
That never-say-die mindset was on Wednesdayand, even when the was completed by Salzburg, there was still the feeling that Liverpool would discover a means in the long run.
We showed character, said Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp. I wasnt surprised to this, which is the reason why I was not overly worried at 3-3 because I knew we would have opportunities
Liverpool fans are utilized especially, to winning at home and especially in Europe.
They have experienced defeat in a competition at Anfield since 2014, when Real Madrid won 3-0.
There was an air of anticipation. The Anfield air was somewhat subdued although – clear given the ease.
But as soon as the visitors found their way back in the match, the home supporters did their role. As they cheered each break 10, they raised their side and every possession-winning tackle.
At 3-3, our men put a lot in it and they have been a bit exhausted and the energy of the stadium chooses up, said Salzburg manager Jesse Marsch. Liverpool is an incredible team.
Klopp included:The fans are almost always important.
In a game like this to celebrate winning a media ball like a objective. I am like this. The atmosphere was extreme.
The folks today remember that we are at Anfield and something is possible.
At the face of Liverpool home album sides have arrived at Anfield looking defeated before the whistle was blown.
He simply laughed when I requested one Salzburg enthusiast before when he expected his side to triumph. Indeed, not one of the resistance fans I spoke to predicted their side would triumph. At best they hoped to get a draw.
Marsch admitted that his players were fearful of their opponents to start with.
We had too much respect for Liverpool in the first half, which is for sure, he said.
We heard when you come to some place like Anfield it isnt merely the opponent; it is the whole experience.
This match also provided a lesson.
We opened the door and they were running through, said Klopp. It was an essential lesson for us tonight.
Liverpool know where they will need to improve and also, for a side which have won every Premier League game this year, which is an ominous sign for their opponents.
The boys have a walk on the wild side
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