All right, guys? Afternoon. – Hi, Virgil.
– How are you? Oh, easy. Yeah, nice and easy. Virgil, you had a very eventuful game
in midweek, how have the preparations
been for this one? Good, obviously not too long,
but long enough so we are well prepared. It will be a tough game,
Leicester are in a good way, full of confidence, and so are we. So it’s gonna be a tough game
for both teams. Come on, boys, eh! FANS SHOUT OUT APPLAUSE Cheers, mate, thanks very much. Good luck for the future. VIRGIL: Come on, boys, eh. ♫ And you’ll never walk alone ♫ You’ll never walk…alone. ♫ Loads of confidence, boys,
loads of confidence. ADRIAN: From the beginning now. Come on, guys! FANS: He’s touched him there!
That’s a penalty! CHEERING ♫ Liiiiverpool, Liiiiverpool ♫ Liiiiverpool, Liiiiverpool. ♫ LFCTV! I knew, guys. You OK, guys? Better now, mate. Better now. Well, Sadio, I don’t know where to start really, other than to ask how do you feel
after that late, dramatic win? Emotional today, to be honest, I think it was a really, really tough game. We knew that before and expected it.
Two days ago we played Champions League, now we just carry on with
this intensive game, but it’s normal. It’s the Premier League and we have to
expect it all the time. But at the end of the day the most important
thing for us is the three points, it doesn’t matter how tired we are. Well done, mate, thank you. For 60 minutes we were clearly the
better side, we played really good football, we forced ourselves
into a proper performance. A little problem – we only scored once. If you score in the 95th minute with a penalty
obviously everyone would say that’s lucky, but over the full game we had
more chances and were the better team, so I’m really happy about that. I’m good, nice to see you. You OK? Nice to meet you. Take a picture of him taking a picture of us. The captain. Thanks, mate.