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Match: Liverpool vs Crvena Zvezda
Competition: Champions League
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Liverpool vs Crvena Zvezda live streaming: Match preview
It’s been a mixed Champions League campaign for Liverpool so far.
Gaols from Daniel Sturridge, James Milner and a 92nd minute winner from Roberto Firmino earned a famous 3-2 home win over PSG.
However, the performance couldn’t have been more different in Naples.
Jürgen Klopp’s side were so flat in the 1-0 defeat; the scoreline flattered The Reds.
They should be far to good for Red Star though.
Although, Vladan Milojević’s team did shock everybody by holding Napoli to a 0-0 draw in Serbia.
They lived up to their roles as whipping boys on matchday 2 though, losing 6-1 in Paris.
The only consolation from that match was that former Chelsea man, Marko Marin, scored Red Star’s first European Cup goal since 1991.
They are unlikely to add to that at Anfield in what should be a comfortable home win.