Bottles and cans are thrown at the bus as Man City players arrive at Anfield before the Champions League quarterfinal first leg. AFP / Paul ELLIS
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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp warned the club's fans not to repeat the scenes that saw windows of Manchester City's team bus smashed by thrown cans and bottles ahead of their Champions League semifinal first leg against Roma at Anfield Tuesday. City became just the latest victims of a famous European night at Anfield on the pitch three weeks ago as Liverpool raced into a 3-0 first leg lead that laid the foundations for their 5-1 aggregate victory over the English champions in the quarterfinals.Captain Jordan Henderson believes this season's run to the semis can be the start of something special under Klopp.However, even Klopp's men's 5-1 thrashing of Premier League champions Manchester City over two legs in the last eight was upstaged by Roma coming from 4-1 down in the first leg of their quarterfinal with Barcelona to progress on away goals thanks to a famous 3-0 second leg win.
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