Jordan Henderson has belief in Liverpool’s ability to inflict damage on Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena.
The Reds travel to Germany in three weeks’ time for the second leg of a Champions League last-16 tie left firmly in the balance by Tuesday’s nip-and-tuck goalless draw on Merseyside.
And Henderson, whose performance at Anfield was hailed as ‘brilliant’ by Jürgen Klopp, feels they can do so optimistic about their chances of progressing to the quarter-finals.
“It’s still alive for sure. Obviously we’ve got games before but we’ve got to be confident still going away there,” the captain told BT Sport.
“We know how good they are as a team, we know it’ll be difficult there again, but we’ve got experience in the Champions League and I feel that we can go there and hurt them.
“It’s not the worst result in the world. We would’ve liked it to have been better, we would’ve probably liked to score one or two goals, but that’s the way it is. We’ll dust ourselves down and we’ll go again.”
Liverpool’s skipper felt a lack of a clinical cutting edge cost his side the opportunity to take a first-leg lead to the Allianz.
Henderson added: “It’s obviously disappointing that we haven’t scored, but again we’ve kept a clean sheet and defended well, which is a positive.
“We had enough chances I feel, especially first half, to score one or two, but it’s not the worst result in the world.
“We’ve got to go there and put on a performance. I thought our performance level was good but we just lacked that little bit in the final third [in the] second half, but first half we could’ve scored one or two.”