"We will see, but we can not say anymore it now". Mo Salah, Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino, Xherdan Shaqiri, Dejan Lovren, Jordan Henderson, Trent Alexander-Arnold and, of course, new £65m signing Alisson are still yet to play in pre-season for a squad that will be far stronger than the one here.
But against Dortmund, Klopp's first-choice back-up Joel Matip lasted just 17 minutes before walking off with a suspected thigh injury. He had not his best season previous year but he was a decisive player [for Dortmund].
Dortmund, meanwhile, have now won both of their matches in this year's International Champions Cup and would finish the pre-season tournament with a 100% record if they also beat Benfica in Pennsylvania next week.
After a lengthy summer - he wasn't involved at the World Cup finals in Russian Federation - the German keeper finally got the opportunity to get back on the saddle when pre-season got underway earlier this month. "Two good opponents here, it was a really good game and I'm happy I could go and help the team", Pulisic said.
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The motions are sealed, and the government will not reveal the names of the witnesses unless they are actually called to testify. One trial is set for July 25 in Alexandria, Virginia, and the second case in Washington has a September 17 trial date.
Speaking before the game, Matip admitted he had yet to return to full fitness and was hoping it would present another step to recovery.
"I know people think highly of him".
"There's no rush - That's good and he wants to be the best Pulisic he can be".
For all their exciting wingers, and there are many of them, Dortmund are lacking that killer touch in front of goal. Andrew Robertson's cross from a short corner was met with a towering header from Van Dijk that left Marwin Hitz in the Dortmund goal with no chance. But we scored the goal after a nice set-piece.
There was the gaffe in the warm-up before the 7-0 win over Chester, then there was his mistake on the free-kick against Tranmere Rovers, and on Sunday evening he made another couple of errors in the Reds' 3-1 defeat against Borussia Dortmund.