Our football match prediction:
Thanks to a 5-0 win over Porto Liverpool moved one step closer to booking their place in the Champions League quarter-finals, but they certainly want to give fans yet another reason for celebration. The Reds have been impressive in 2018 and they are likely to stick to their attacking style of play against Porto. Jurgen Klopp's teams go for a win in every single match and seeing that the Dragons head into Tuesday's football match with the lack of confidence, we predict that the Premier League side will record yet another win over the Portuguese outfit. Egypt international Mohamed Salah is enjoying a season to remember, he has been scoring goals for fun, meaning that the opposition defenders should have him at bay. Liverpool are eyeing their third consecutive win at home in the Champions League and we do not believe that the Dragons are capable of spoiling the Reds' party at Anfield.
Highlighted Player (Jordan Henderson):
Jordan Brian Henderson is an English football player born on the 17th of June 1990 in Sunderland. Henderson started his football career playing for Sunderland. After a loan period where he played for Coventry City Henderson got transferred to Liverpool for approximately 18 million euro. Henderson is one of the starting eleven of England as well where he made his debut in November 2010. He played for England during EURO 2012 and the World Cup 2014.Henderson is a centre/defensive midfielder which is known for his stamina and great tackling. Because of his vision Henderson got chosen as the captain of Liverpool after Steven Gerrard left the club. Henderson didn’t win any individual prizes yet but can be considered as one of the best players in his position. In season 2011/2012 Henderson won the League Cup with Liverpool. Henderson played for over 20 games in the English national team.
Highlighted Team (FC Porto):
Futebol Clube do Porto are one of Portugal’s biggest football clubs playing their matches in front of 50,000 people at their Estadio do Dragao. Porto form biggest rivalries with two other Big Three clubs in Portugal and regular league title contenders – Benfica and Sporting CP. Rivalries between the clubs stem from the historical, political, economical and cultural discrepancies between the cities of Porto and Lisbon. The Dragons, as they are commonly known in Portugal, are the second most successful Portuguese team with a total of 74 trophies to their name. Porto hold a record of five consecutive league titles which are part of the total tally of 27 Primeira Liga trophies. FC Porto’s success extends to the international scene as well with seven European titles. Two-time European champions from 1987 and 2004, Porto also won two UEFA Cup/Europa League titles, the UEFA Super Cup and the International Cup on two occasions. Together with Barcelona, Real Madrid and Manchester United, Porto have the most appearances in the UEFA Champions League group stage – the total of 20.