"All the stories will be written, but we will accept these stories because it would mean we would have won the game, which is hard enough and the only thing we think about".
Liverpool are through to the next round of the Champions League to set up a quarter-final tie with Porto.
"A ideal Dexit" commented broadcaster RTL.
Jurgen Klopp's side have the opportunity to hoist themselves above Premier League leaders Manchester City with a victory over Fulham at Craven Cottage on Sunday. In terms of Premier League goals the diminuitive forward, who plays out wide and not through the middle, has 16 in 29 matches - just two behind leading scorer Sergio Aguero.
While Liverpool's preference may be to win a first English title since 1990, City's Abu Dhabi owners hired Pep Guardiola with the specific goal of reigning in Europe.
Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum believes team-mate Sadio Mane deserves to be in the same bracket as the Premier League's top strikers.
Having missed the goalless first leg at Anfield three weeks ago through suspension, Virgil van Dijk's long pass led to Mane's excellent first-half goal.More news: Boeing to temporarily halt deliveries of 737 MAX aircraft
We just want to win our game at the weekend.
Therefore, it came as a shock to many when Jurgen Klopp's team made a decision to almost double the previous record, dishing out a whopping £75 million for Van Dijk - unheard-of money for a defender.
For Kovac a domestic double would be a personal success in a turbulent first season at Bayern as they chase a record-extending seventh consecutive league title.
"It's a big step to get this club back on the European stage and I am really happy", said Liverpool's German manager. We have 73 points: "each goal we scored brought us there and from time to time it is clicking for one (player)", said the Reds boss.
Debate rages over the "50+1" rule, which prevents a wealthy investor taking over a German club, making it impossible for Bundesliga sides to recruit big-money foreign backers. When they had a good team, after a season they went all over the world.
Dortmund's director of sport Michael Zorc feels English clubs have stolen a march.
"We have good feelings from past year so hopefully we can carry that on and go as far as we can". "We have a lot to learn, a lot to improve, but we're back". Mo did not score (against Bayern) but had a good game.