Roma fans arrested on suspicion of attempted murder

"We help him, the manager helps and this style of play helps him a lot".

Liverpool have sold 5,000 away tickets and usually provide fans with guidance on security and safety issues at the point of sale.

They constantly went for the long ball, from any area of the pitch.

It should be noted, however, that the Champions League and World Cup will still have a massive part to play, such is the way with these awards.

In the past few years, it has been a straight fight between Ronaldo and Barcelona's Argentine forward Lionel Messi.

In Europe's top five leagues, no player has scored more than Salah.

"He deserves to be mentioned for the Ballon d'Or - when people talk about Messi and Ronaldo they should also talk about Salah".

Liverpool have been forced to call "an extraordinary meeting" over concerns for the security of their supporters at the Champions League second leg in Rome next week.

He said: "I sincerely hope and pray that Sean Cox, a most decent man of the Dunboyne community, makes a full recovery".

However, the decision coincided with the Giallorossi scoring two late goals through Edin Dzeko and Diego Perotti; one which could come back to haunt the Kops in the second leg in Italy.

The Reds are in third place in the Premier League table and on course to finish in the Champions League spots. What I will say is he is in outstandingly, world-class shape. "He is a fantastic player that we are really happy to have", added Klopp after the Roma victory.

"The club's first priority is the safety of all fans attending matches", said a statement.

However, Oxlade-Chamberlain was able to keep the injury in perspective as he paid tribute to the fan whose condition has been described as critical after being attacked outside Anfield shortly before Tuesday night's clash.

In a statement, Liverpool Football Club said that it is "shocked and appalled" by the attack that left the Irishman in a critical condition.

"This reaction is welcome because we give meaning to the return match", said Roma coach Eusebio Di Francesco."This was the first semi-final for Roma after three decades, we are not used to playing this level of opposition but this tie is not over".

The Irishman, understood to be a Liverpool supporter, is now being treated for his injuries at Walton Neurological Centre.

Two men in their 20s from Rome have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.

  • Julie Sanders