Soccer Football - Champions League - Liverpool Training - Melwood Training Ground, Liverpool, Britain - March 5, 2018 Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp during training Action Images via Reuters/Jason Cairnduff
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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp admits he made a mistake in rushing Adam Lallana back from injury as the England midfielder hopes to make his first start in two months against Porto on Tuesday.Lallana has managed just 186 minutes of Premier League action since making his comeback from that pre-season injury in November, but against Porto he could be in line for his first European appearance since the 2016 Europa League final defeat to Sevilla.Klopp, whose team are locked in a battle with Manchester United to finish second in the Premier League, said 29-year-old Lallana lacked rhythm due to his time on the sidelines but he remained a key part of the Liverpool set-up.That could mean the likes of 32-goal Mohammed Salah, who has played 3,060 minutes for his club this term, and 22-goal Roberto Firmino (3,053), will feature despite what is essentially a dead rubber.
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