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Liverpool humbled Barcelona with 4:0 at Anfield to Reach Champions League Final

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Liverpool has beaten Barcelona mercilessly to produce perhaps the greatest Anfield comeback in the club’s European history. FC Barcelona conceding 4-0 in a match they were leading with 3:0 advantages is a confirmation that nothing is impossible in the game of football.

Liverpool won with goal aggregate of 4:3, Greatest Champions League comebacks of all time.

Liverpool are now into their second successive Champions League final after overcoming Barcelona with a stunning second-leg fightback on an epic night at Anfield.

Divock Origi netted the first and fourth goals on a memorable night on Merseyside, but the enforced introduction of Georginio Wijnaldum proved key with the Dutchman chipping in with a double in three second-half minutes.

Barcelona had their opportunities on Tuesday evening but at times, the La Liga champions looked powerless as a rampant Liverpool wrote another page in their illustrious history.

These were Divock Origi words extracted from his verified twitter handle after the match

‘Special’ and ‘unbelievable’

Origi’s two goals bookended the Reds’ remarkable 4-0 Champions League semi-final second leg win over Barcelona at Anfield – a result good enough to overturn last week’s 3-0 reverse at Camp Nou and send Jürgen Klopp’s team into a second successive final.

The Belgian’s brace sandwiched a double from Georginio Wijnaldum as Liverpool found a way to overcome the odds on an unforgettable night.

Speaking to BT Sport post-match, Origi said: “I think It was more about the team. We did so well, we fought and we knew it was going to be a special night. We wanted to also fight for the injured players.

“It’s just special. It’s hard to describe with words. You can feel it, you can hear it. Unbelievable.

“We fought so hard. Robbo’s a fighter and we knew it could have an impact of the players. Even me at the end, I had some cramps. We did it. It shows we have a good mix of talent and hard work. It’s special for us because we go to the final this time.”

 

This is how the winning goal came to seal the victory for Liverpool. Watch the video extracted from Origi’s twitter handle

Barcelona were attempting to find a way to defend a corner from the right effectively, but Alexander-Arnold sent a low pass across the box for Origi to fire a close-range effort into the top corner.

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