Tiger Fight, October 21, Beijing time tomorrow at 3:00 AM, Ajax will face Liverpool in the Champions League group stage. Before the start of the game, Ajax coach Tenhag was interviewed by the media. In the interview, he said that Liverpool is now the best team in the world. Although Van Dijk suffered serious injuries before, Liverpool will not change much because of Van Dijk’s absence. In the end, Tenhag said that Ajax will do its best in the game and show courage.
Tenhag mentioned: "It will be a huge challenge for us to play against Liverpool, because Liverpool is currently the best team in the world."
"If you win the Champions League and the Premier League within two consecutive years, then you will still be a strong contender for the Champions League."
"I don't know how much Van Dijk's injury will affect Liverpool, but in general, we still have to see who is continuing the game in the end."
"I don't think Liverpool will have much change. Their playing style and style have always been the same. Considering the depth of Liverpool's lineup, I think they can easily rotate."
"Liverpool's overall lineup will not change much because of Van Dyke's absence due to injury, and we at Ajax will also be brave. Our goal is to put the positive results of training into practice. ."
"Liverpool is still the previous Liverpool, but their scoring statistics have changed a lot from before. Liverpool have at least four goals this season are from refraction, and I think this also means that Liverpool is not invincible. opponent."
"Liverpool did show a strong dominance in the first half of last season, but many teams have been able to perform superbly in the Champions League."
"But considering the opponent's strength is so strong, we may not be able to truly overcome this."
"It all depends on the team's preparations. It's a pity that fans can't go to the scene to watch the game. They can only watch the game in their own living room."
"But the fans will always stand with us. They will support the team in spirit. They also know that a large number of Dutch fans will watch our games."