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Jurgen Klopp applauds 'really good shot-stopper'

Caoimhin Kelleher made an important late save from Klass-Jan Huntelaar. It helped him to obtain Liverpool a win over Ajax. And, he moved the Reds into the Champions League knockouts.

Kelleher was forced into an excellent reflex stop late on in his European debut. And, that too from Huntelaar, an experienced striker. He was the one who headed Antony, Ajax winger's cross goalwards from the six-yard box. The save was indispensable in the Reds' 1-0 win at Anfield.  With Curtis Jones who had previously put Liverpool in front. And, the result acquired the Merseysiders' route into the last-16 stage. That too, with one group game persisting.

Kelleher told BT Sport about his debut. It was amazing for him to make his debut. The most crucial thing was to get the win.

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