'I will remember this forever': Klopp hails Liverpool after Barça comeback


Juergen Klopp's side will play the victor of Wednesday's other semi-final between Ajax Amsterdam and Tottenham Hotspur, with the Dutch side leading 1-0 from the first leg in London.

Late winners from the Belgium global against Everton and Newcastle - the latter of which was provided by Shaqiri's free-kick - have kept Liverpool in the title race, but it's in the Champions League now that the pair are now needed.

"It's very painful for us, especially for our people, it's the second year they've come back like that", he said. The second goal hurt us because the third one followed.

The comeback was all the more unlikely given that Liverpool was without two of its first-choice forward line, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino.

In the 79th minute, Liverpool earned a corner. Origi swept in the finish.

The Reds held their nerve through an incredibly tense finale, with even megastar Lionel Messi unable to change Barcelona's fate; remarkably well held throughout by Reds defender Fabinho. When he wasn't punching the air, Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp stood in front of The Kop and just took it all in.

"We had to be serious. It shows what's possible in football". "Barcelona defend predictable things well but you need to be unpredictable at moments".

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"I saw the ball flying in the goal, I didn't see the corner".

There were jubilant celebrations inside the Liverpool dressing following the incredible comeback win against Barcelona in the Champions League semi-final on Tuesday night.

Mourinho was working as a pundit on beIN SPORTS for the second leg of the semi-final.

"I apologise to the fans because to go through this again after what happened in Rome is really tough after such a good result in the first leg", he added. We wanted to also fight for the injured players.

They took that to heart.

Appropriately, the Egyptian is wearing a t-shirt with the slogan "Never Give Up".

It was a risky move from Robertson to shove Messi's head and you can understand why the Barcelona captain was angry.

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Divock Origi opened the scoring in the seventh minute after a frenetic start to the match.

"Look at the names last night without the stars and without Coutinho and Suarez".

Liverpool were seemingly dealt another injury blow as Andy Robertson could not continue after half-time, but he made way for Wijnaldum with James Milner moving to left-back.

Less than two minutes later, Wijnaldum sent Anfield into raptures, heading past Ter Stegen from Xherdan Shaqiri's pinpoint cross.

It was bedlam inside Anfield, the scene of so many of these famous fightbacks. His pass from the corner found a wide-open Origi, who steered a shot into the top corner with his first touch.

- Shane Duffy (@shaneduffy) 7 May 2019Alexander-Arnold, 20 years old. Origi scored and Barcelona had no answer. Ernesto Valverde must have been furious with his side.

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