It lasted no more than a couple of minutes: then the bus, and the players it contained, disappeared into the peace of the stadium. The job was done. The flags came down and the flares sputtered out. The electricity, though, remained.
Ever since Liverpool was drawn against Manchester City for the quarterfinals of the Champions League, those few minutes, long before the start of the game, had been the focus of intense debate, a convenient shorthand for what seemed to be the great unknown in the two-game tie.
City is clearly technically superior to Liverpool: Its position
Article source: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/04/04/sports/soccer/liverpool-manchester-city-champions-league.html
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