Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool will fight harder in the return of the UEFA Championship playoff against Hoffenheim at Anfield.

Liverpool beat the German club 2-1 to take 3 points advantage into the reverse fixture scheduled for August 23.

But the edge the English club has will not get them carried away, as Klopp, who is happy with Tuesday’s outcome, insists the battle is not over yet.

"I am happy with the performance, we'd have liked to have won 2-0 and the goal they scored just before the end isn't so favourable for us," said Klopp.

"We could have scored one or two more goals and we need Anfield in the return leg.

"This thing isn't over yet."

Liverpool went 2 goals ahead in the 35th minute when 18-year-old defender Trent Alexander-Arnold curled in a free-kick to give them the lead before striker James Milner doubled the score by curling in a cross-cum-shot, which dropped inside the far post on 75 minutes after deflecting off Havard Nordtveit for an own goal.

However, Hoffenheim pulled a goal back when replacement Mark Uth managed to beat the offside trap to score late on to give the Germans hope.

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