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Jordan Henderson Liverpool header from the centre of the box is too high. Assisted by Roberto Firmino with a cross. Mohamed Salah Liverpool hits the right post with a right footed shot from the right side of the six yard box.
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WED 01 May Champions League - Semi-finals - 1st Leg. Barcelona Barcelona 3 Liverpool Liverpool 0. Lionel Messi has scored 26 Champions League goals against English clubs - 14 more than any other player Lionel Messi's two second-half goals - including a stunning free-kick - earned Barcelona a handsome advantage and left Liverpool with an almighty task in their Champions League semi-final.
Line-ups Match Stats Live Text. Line-ups Barcelona Formation 1 ter Stegen. Liverpool Formation 13 Alisson. Referee: Björn Kuipers. Attendance: 98, Match Stats Home Team Barcelona Away Team Liverpool.
Live Text. Liverpool are into their second successive Champions League final after overcoming Barcelona with a stunning second-leg fightback on an epic night at Anfield.
Roared on relentlessly by their fans, the Reds produced an incredible all-action display to claw back and then ultimately overturn their deficit from the Nou Camp with an unanswered four-goal salvo in thrilling style.
It is the first time since - when Barcelona knocked out Gothenburg in the old European Cup - that a team have recovered a three-goal first-leg deficit to win a semi-final in this competition.
Divock Origi started the unlikely revival, tapping home from close range after seven minutes, but it was only when substitute Georginio Wijnaldum scored twice in the space of seconds after the break that the tie truly swung in Liverpool's favour.
Barcelona were rattled, and even Lionel Messi was unable to steady the ship before Origi struck again with the goal that would decide the tie on aggregate, after Trent Alexander-Arnold caught the visitors' defence napping from a corner.
By now Anfield was rocking and the home fans stayed on their feet to cheer their side home in the closing minutes, with a shell-shocked Barca side unable to fashion any serious response.
The final whistle brought delirious celebrations on the pitch and in the stands, where the Reds supporters had played their part in an unforgettable match.
Liverpool have managed famous European fightbacks before, notably when they won this competition for the fifth time in Istanbul in , but this was arguably the greatest in their glittering history.
They will go for a sixth triumph in Madrid on 1 June, where they will meet either Ajax or Tottenham in the final.
Few people gave Liverpool any hope after the size of their defeat in Spain last week, especially with Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino out injured.
But Reds boss Jurgen Klopp urged his players to keep believing, and masterminded an extraordinary performance and result. Origi and Wijnaldum, who replaced the injured Andy Robertson at half-time, provided the goals but Liverpool had heroes all over the pitch.
Just as Klopp promised before the game, Liverpool did not stop - maintaining an astonishing tempo to press, harry and hassle their illustrious visitors, and ultimately defeat them.
The Barca defence struggled to deal with Origi's physical presence throughout and it was the big Belgian who supplied the first goal, firing home after Marc-Andre ter Stegen failed to hold Jordan Henderson's shot.
More pressure followed but Barca held out until after half-time, when Wijnaldum burst into the box to meet Alexander-Arnold's low cross and hammer his shot home.
Moments later, Liverpool were level on aggregate. This time it was Xherdan Shaqiri who provided the cross for Wijnaldum to rise and head home.
Barca were buckling under the pressure and they could not hold out. Liverpool sealed a famous victory 11 minutes from time when Alexander-Arnold feigned to leave a corner before quickly sweeping it into the box for the alert Origi to convert.
Barca have been here before, being beaten by Roma in the quarter-finals last year to go out after winning the first leg , and their wait for a first final since continues.
They were comprehensively out-fought and out-thought here, and although they did have chances they cannot argue they deserved anything but a defeat.
There was only a brief spell in the first half when La Liga's champions threatened to find their rhythm but, in the space of five minutes, Alisson denied Messi and Philippe Coutinho, and Jordi Alba inexplicably chose to pass the ball with only the Liverpool keeper to beat.
Messi, so electric a week ago, would go on to have a rare night to forget - especially in the second half when Wijnaldum's goals put the tie back in the balance.
Suarez was also anonymous, with his only notable role coming as the pantomime villain as he was booed relentlessly by the fans who used to worship him.
He had his side's best opportunity of the second half, when Messi slid him clear with the score still on the night, but Alisson was alert and that was pretty much the last time the visitors threatened.
Liverpool will seek another success against the odds when they return to Premier League action on Sunday. They host Wolves in their final game of the season BST hoping results go their way to turn around a one-point deficit and take the title from Manchester City, who are at Brighton.
Formation Match ends, Liverpool 4, Barcelona 0. Second Half ends, Liverpool 4, Barcelona 0. James Milner Liverpool wins a free kick on the left wing.
Foul by Lionel Messi Barcelona. Fabinho Liverpool wins a free kick in the attacking half. Offside, Liverpool.
Substitution, Liverpool. Daniel Sturridge replaces Xherdan Shaqiri. Foul by Arthur Barcelona. When the game began, Wijnaldum took up the false nine role left vacant by Firmino with a flat midfield three as Jurgen Klopp maintained an eye on Saturday's crunch Premier League game against Newcastle, live on Sky Sports.
Barcelona: Ter Stegen 8 , Roberto 6 , Pique 7 , Lenglet 7 , Alba 8 , Rakitic 7 , Busquets 8 , Vidal 6 , Messi 9 , Suarez 9 , Coutinho 6.
Liverpool: Alisson 6 , Gomez 6 , Matip 6 , Van Dijk 6 , Robertson 7 , Fabinho 6 , Wijnaldum 6 , Milner 6 , Keita 6 , Salah 7 , Mane 7.
Man of the match: Lionel Messi. It was an entertaining first half, with Philippe Coutinho attempting to strike an early blow to his former side, but his 16th minute strike - which was offside - went whistling past Alisson's far post.
For all the pre-match questions on Liverpool's formation, it was thrown slightly into disarray as Keita picked up a groin issue following a clash with Ivan Rakitic.
He was replaced after 24 minutes by Jordan Henderson, and two minutes later, a familiar face came back to haunt Liverpool.
A sensational cross from Jordi Alba on the left picked out the run of Suarez through the middle of the two centre-backs. He then flicked the ball over the top of Alisson with a delightful finish before celebrating his first Champions League goal of the season with a knee slide in front of the Nou Camp crowd.
Barcelona made three changes with Sergi Roberto, Sergio Buquets and Lionel Messi coming in for Nelson Semedo, Arthur Melo and Osumane Dembele.
In terms of Liverpool team changes , Jurgen Klopp made four from the weekend's win against Huddersfield. Trent Alexander-Arnold, Dejan Lovren, Jordan Henderson and Daniel Sturridge being replaced by Joe Gomez, Joel Matip, Fabinho and James Milner.
Liverpool should have equalised in the 35th minute when Henderson slotted a ball in behind Pique, picking out the advancing Mane.
He only had the goalkeeper to beat from 15 yards, but could only send his effort flying over the crossbar.
Liverpool started the second half on the front foot as they searched for the all-important away goal and Marc-Andre Ter Stegen was called into action.
He denied Milner twice - once with a curling effort and the second a fierce drive into his hands - and got down low to keep out a Mohamed Salah effort in between.
Barcelona midfielder Philippe Coutinho has undergone left knee surgery and will be sidelined for "around three months," the club revealed on Saturday Report an error Print.
Champions League. Europa League. Round of Intermediate Gr.With the brace from Messi, he has now amassed career senior Darts One goals for Barcelona. Liverpool lead!!! Liverpool Barcelona Agg: Liverpool lead!!!