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By Neil Johnston

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  1. 'Liverpool getting away with it'

    Liverpool 2-0 Porto

    Danny Mills

    Former England defender on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    Liverpool are getting away with it at the moment. Every game recently has been tight, though some will say that's the sign of champions - to keep winning when not playing well.

    In the last 10 games or so I've not seen Liverpool comfortable in more than two matches. That can be a bit of a worry.

    But, at the moment, they keep winning, so they will hope they can stumble over the finishing line.

  2. 'Leaving De Bruyne out was big call'

    Tottenham 1-0 Man City

    Chris Sutton

    Ex-Chelsea striker on BBC Radio 5 live at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

    The issue for Spurs will be how big a miss will Harry Kane be? I can't see him being fit for next week. To a man I thought Spurs were excellent and they will need to be as good again in the second leg.

    I think leaving Kevin De Bruyne on the bench was a big call but you look at the Manchester City team and other than left back, do they really have a weakness?

  3. Post update

    I'm out of here but I'm going to leave you with some thoughts from Danny Mills and Chris Sutton after a night of Champions League drama.

    Big wins for Liverpool and Spurs. Work to do in the next week's return legs for Man City and Porto.

    By then, Spurs will know the extent of Harry Kane's injury.

    Don't forget it's the turn of Manchester United tomorrow and the small matter of Lionel Messi and Barcelona.

    Until next time...

  4. 'It is a worry for us'

    FT: Tottenham 1-0 Man City

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino, speaking to BT Sport: "It was an unbelievable game. It was so tough. But it is still Manchester City and there is a second leg. We are happy as we showed great quality. The performance was good but there's still 90 minutes to go.

    "The penalty save I think gave the belief to us. I think there were many positive things."

    On Harry Kane's injury: "We need to check tomorrow but it looks like it is the same ankle and similar injury. It is very sad and very disappointing. We are going to miss him - maybe for the rest of the season. It is a worry for us. We hope it is not a big issue. But there is not to much time to recover. He twisted his ankle so we will see how it reacts in a few hours."

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  5. 'We were controlling the game'

    FT: Tottenham 1-0 Man City

    Manchester City

    Speaking to BT Sport, Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola said: "There are always key moments in football. It is the Champions League and the result is what it is.

    "We played well and we were controlling the game. We had our chances with the penalty so it was a good performance but it is the Champions League and that is the challenge."

    On Sergio Aguero's penalty miss: "Next time we will score. Now we have to prepare for Crystal Palace. We do not have time to think about Tottenham."

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  6. 'Spurs stepped up'

    Tottenham 1-0 Man City

    Chris Sutton

    Ex-Chelsea striker on BBC Radio 5 live at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

    I have to say first and foremost I thought it was a brilliant game. The atmosphere was fantastic and the game matched up to it.

    It was a crucial goal by Son and a big clean sheet by Spurs but you just can't rule Man City out. Who knows what will happen at the Etihad.

    Credit to Spurs, on the big night their players stepped up.

  7. 'We have to fight again'

    Liverpool 2-0 Porto

    Liverpool

    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, speaking to BT Sport: "We are happy, it is the first leg and it will be an intense second game. We scored two goals and controlled the ball most of the time.

    "We gave a few too many set pieces away. I think Porto score about 40% of their goals from set pieces. We also saw one or two counter attacks, but the rest of the game we played really well.

    "We lost a little bit of direction in the second half, but there's nothing to criticise, 2-0 is a very, very good result.

    "We knew we had to play the second game and we cannot decide the tie tonight, so now we have to go there and fight again."

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  8. 'We're going to miss Kane'

    Tottenham 1-0 Man City

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Mauricio Pochettino, speaking about Harry Kane's injury to BT Sport: "It's very, very sad. It's going to be tough and we're going to miss him - maybe for the rest of the season."

  9. Post update

    Tottenham 1-0 Man City

    Manchester City

    Manchester City have now lost all five of their European matches against English opponents, losing both legs of the 1970-71 Cup Winners’ Cup semi-final against Chelsea and both legs of last season’s Champions League quarter-final against Liverpool.

  10. Post update

    Tottenham 1-0 Man City

    BBC Radio 5 Live

    Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola, speaking on BBC Radio 5 live: "We created chances, more than the penalty. We controlled the game, we did not let them run a lot. The result is not the best one but we have to make these kind of comebacks to go through."

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    John Nixon: Man City will have to play much better than that when they play Barca in the final.

    Oliver Whitton: I like seeing City lose as much as the next Manchester United fan but they are more than good enough to turn around a 1-0 deficit in 2nd leg.

  12. 'Leaving De Bruyne out was big call'

    Tottenham 1-0 Man City

    Chris Sutton

    Ex-Chelsea striker on BBC Radio 5 live at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

    The issue for Spurs will be how big a miss will Harry Kane be? I can't see him being fit for next week. To a man I thought Spurs were excellent and they will need to be as good again in the second leg.

    I think leaving Kevin De Bruyne on the bench was a big call but you look at the Manchester City team and other than left back, do they really have a weakness?

  13. 'We can build on this'

    Liverpool 2-0 Porto

    Liverpool

    Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson, speaking to BT Sport: "Porto are a good team with good players, you can see that they are dangerous.

    "We wanted to come out in the second half and score one or two more but that wasn't to be. We didn't create that much and it was a bit stop-start, but overall we have to be pleased to take 2-0 over there."

    Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk, speaking to BT Sport: "We kept a clean sheet, scored two goals, we can build on that."

    On marking Moussa Marega: "He's strong and tough to play against. Every striker I play against at the moment is pretty good but I'm enjoying these battles. You want to enjoy these games and now all the focus will be on Chelsea."

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    Bradley Bicknell: Pretty good performance and result from Liverpool tonight. Porto had some chances and you have to expect that because it’s a Champions League quarter-final.

    Graham Andrew Morris: Just what has Shaqiri done to Klopp? Salah having a mare for last 2/3 months and still can't get a game and then gets him stripped 30 secs before full time! Is he trying to humiliate him?

  15. 'City never at their best'

    Tottenham 1-0 Man City

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

    In a searing atmosphere in their vast new stadium, Spurs overcame the loss of Harry Kane to a serious looking ankle injury - sustained when he challenged Fabian Delph in the second half - to make the breakthrough with 12 minutes left as Son Heung-min twisted and turned on the byeline before shooting low past Ederson.

    Manchester City were never at their best and must now overturn this narrow deficit at Etihad Stadium on 17 April to keep alive their hopes of a historic quadruple of Champions League, Premier League, FA Cup and League Cup.

    Read more from Phil McNulty here.

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  16. 'Liverpool getting away with it'

    Liverpool 2-0 Porto

    Danny Mills

    Former England defender on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    Liverpool are getting away with it at the moment. Every game recently has been tight, though some will say that's the sign of champions - to keep winning when not playing well.

    In the last 10 games or so I've not seen Liverpool comfortable in more than two matches. That can be a bit of a worry.

    But, at the moment, they keep winning, so they will hope they can stumble over the finishing line.

  17. 400 wins for Klopp

    Liverpool 2-0 Porto

    Liverpool

    A landmark victory for Jurgen Klopp.

    This was his 400th win as a manager in all club competitions, 111 of which have been with Liverpool (180 with Borussia Dortmund, 109 with Mainz).

  18. 'We were more clinical'

    Tottenham 1-0 Man City

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham goal hero Son Heung-min, speaking to BT Sport: "As a team we never give up, we fight until 90 minutes. I think we deserved to win, we were more clinical than them. I like this stadium, it is amazing to play here, I am grateful for the opportunity to play at this stadium."

  19. 'Liverpool were the better side'

    Liverpool 2-0 Porto

    Danny Mills

    Former England defender on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    Liverpool should go through comfortably. They were the better side but 2-0 doesn't tell the whole story. They conceded too many chances and a better side would have punished them.

    But it is so important to keep the clean sheet so you don't give the opposition that lift ahead of the second leg.

    Jordan Henderson
  20. 'We stayed strong'

    FT: Tottenham 1-0 Man City

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, speaking to BT Sport: "It's a big game. We pushed until the end. It was very tough but we made such a good effort. It is a good win."

    On Harry Kane's injury: "Hopefully it is not to bad. I don't know. You know the feeling when one of your best players is going off the field. But we stayed strong and we finished the game in the right way."

    On VAR handball review: "I didn't see it. It is part of the game. We have to accept that. We stayed in the game and it gave us even more energy."