Liverpool stars depart team hotel ahead of crunch Champions League clash with Bayern Munich as visiting fans create party atmosphere in the city centre
- Liverpool take on Bayern Munich in the Champions League on Wednesday night
- The tie is finely-poised following a 0-0 draw at Anfield in the first leg last month
- Jurgen Klopp and his players left their hotel and boarded a coach this afternoon
- Travelling fans were pictured drinking beer in the city centre before kick-off
Jurgen Klopp and his Liverpool squad have left their hotel in Munich as they gear up for Wednesday night’s huge Champions League encounter.
Mohamed Salah and Co were pictured boarding their team coach around five hours before they kick-off against Bayern Munich in a finely-poised second leg.
The Bundesliga giants battled to a 0-0 draw at Anfield last month to set up an intriguing return fixture at the Allianz Arena.
Mohamed Salah boards Liverpool’s team coach in Munich on Wednesday afternoon
Roberto Firmino. Jurgen Klopp and Joel Matip (L-R) were also seen leaving the hotel
Jordan Henderson gets on the coach ahead of Liverpool’s huge game with Bayern Munich
Roberto Firmino, Joel Matip and Jordan Henderson were among the big names filmed departing the Reds’ city centre hotel by Sky Sports News.
Klopp often likes to take his players for a walk on the day of an evening match as bids to keep his squad feeling loose before taking to the pitch.
Meanwhile, travelling Liverpool supporters have made themselves at home in the city as they build-up to kick-off.
Fans dressed in club scarves were pictured drinking beer outside as they enjoyed what could be their last European away day of the season.
Liverpool fans drink beer outside in Munich city centre as they build-up to kick-off at 8pm
Visiting supporters created a party atmosphere ahead of the huge Champions League clash
Reds banners were also hung as fans created a party atmosphere ahead of the decisive second leg.
Bayern have home advantage on Wednesday night, but Klopp knows that his side have 90 minutes to score a potentially crucial away goal.
More to follow.