Andrew Robertson says Liverpool still want to win again in 2020


Andrew Robertson says Liverpool still want to win again in 2020


Liverpool won three trophies in 2019. According to Andrew Robertson, the achievement did not complete the thirst of the Reds champions.

2019 has been an extraordinary year for Liverpool. The Reds were able to win the Champions League, European Super Cup, and Club World Cup. 

Juergen Klopp’s squad is now at the top of the 2019/2020 Premier League standings with 55 points. The Reds helped maintain the hope of defending the Champions League title by qualifying for the last 16.

‘Of course, there is no point in us stopping. Look, this will be a difficult year to win in terms of winning the Champions League and calculation in the Premier League, but that has become our target,’ Robertson was quoted as saying from the United States.

‘We are entering 2020 and we are putting ourselves in a good position, qualifying for the last 16 of the Champions League and becoming the top in the Premier League. It is up to us to continue and not let 2019 be the only year people talk about us,’ he added.

‘This is our determination and we hope to be able to sit here again next year while saying ‘another extraordinary year’ before we move on to 2021. That is the goal, the desire for all team-mates and now it is up to us to make it happen,’ said Robertson.


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