Others Will Fear Drawing Liverpool in Champions League Quarter Finals

Others Will Fear Drawing Liverpool in Champions League Quarter Finals

Liverpool beat FC Porto 5-0 across two legs in the Champions League Round of 16 on Tuesday night as they look to add a sixth Champions League title to their collection.

Roberto Firmino says Liverpool fear nobody in the Champions League and would welcome a clash against a fellow Premier League club in the quarter-finals.

There are no restrictions as to who might line up against whom, but with Tottenham's ousting at the hands of Juventus, there remain two more English clubs apart from Manchester City who will be relishing the prospect of progressing further.

Can could be hauled in by Madrid to replace his worldwide team-mate, whilst Dani Ceballos is another midfielder at Santiago Bernabeu, expected to leave.

He said he naturally needs to think about his future, but all contract negotiations with any club are now being blocked by his agent so he can focus exclusively on football.

The Brazilian would be equally unconcerned if next Friday's draw in Nyon handed them a date with either of Spain's top clubs - Real Madrid or Barcelona. We are not afraid.

'We feel we have played well against the top English clubs and shown we can beat them.

Liverpool take on Manchester United in the Premier League this afternoon.

Casillas, who emerged for the second half to a rousing ovation from the Kop, gave Anfield a reminder of his quality on potentially his final Champions League appearance by clawing away Ings' looping header late on.

He said on BT Sport: "People talk the front three and how risky they are and how good they are going forward but, for me, defensively they've tightened up".

"Of course I have to think about my footballing future", Can told the Liverpool Echo. We feel we can beat any side on our day, and we don't mind who we get. "We have scored a lot of goals and we are confident". Alongside Mohammed Salah and Sadio Mane, Firmino has become an integral member of the fabulous front three at Liverpool.

Firmino, 26, is set to feature for Brazil at the World Cup in Russian Federation but said first he is focusing on winning his first trophy with Liverpool.