Liverpool progress to Champions League final in sensational fashion
Liverpool are into the Champions League final after one of the most sensational comebacks in the competition's history.
3-0 down heading into the second leg of their semi final with Barcelona, Jurgen Klopp's side produced an incredible performance to beat the Spanish giants 4-0 at Anfield to progress to June's decider in Madrid.
Divock Origi fired Liverpool into a 7th minute lead, but the tide didn’t turn until Dutchman Georginio Wijnaldum found the net twice in 122 seconds after the break.
Origi then capitalised to score the winner 11 minutes from time when Trent Alexander Arnold caught Barcelona asleep at a corner.
They are the first English club to reach back to back finals in a decade and they will bid for their sixth European Cup in a few weeks time.
The Reds will face either Ajax or Tottenham - the Dutch side take a 1-0 lead into tonight's second leg in London.
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