Liverpool's Sadio Mane, Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino during training. Action Images via Reuters/Craig Brough
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There has undoubtedly been progress in that time; a team who were tenth in the Premier League when Klopp arrived finished fourth last season.Liverpool reached two finals in Klopp's first seven months as manager, losing on penalties to Manchester City in the League Cup at Wembley, and suffering a more decisive 3-1 defeat by Sevilla in the Europa League in Basel.Expectations at Anfield are higher now, but Liverpool look far from a complete team as they prepare to face Sevilla once more, this time in the Champions League.The best and worst of the 2017 Liverpool were shown when they beat Hoffenheim in last month's playoff to reach the Champions League group stage.At times, it feels as if Klopp has spent two years, and a lot of money, recreating the Liverpool team who almost won the Premier League under Rodgers four seasons ago.
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