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Klopp accepts Liverpool's fate in Champions League exit.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp expressed disappointment with his side's 6-2 aggregate loss to Real Madrid in the Champions League quarter-finals. 

Karim Benzema's goal secured a 3-1 win in the second leg at the Santiago Bernabeu. Klopp admitted that his team didn't produce a special performance required to overturn the three-goal deficit from the first leg. Liverpool now face an uphill task to qualify for the Champions League next season as they are six points behind fourth-placed Tottenham. 

They will face Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal in their next three games, which could define their fate. Klopp hopes his players will return from international duty fit and ready for the challenge ahead. The Reds' next match is an away game against Manchester City on April 1. Klopp’s Liverpool is looking to make a statement with a win against Manchester City, a win which can affect City’s pursuit of Arsenal in the Premier title race.


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