Well well well..what can we say! Liverpool looked down and out after their 3-0 defeat at the Nou Camp, with an incredible performance from arguably the worlds best player Lionel Messi. The Reds knew they needed a near impossible performance to turn around the 3-0 deficit and without Mo Salah and Roberto Firmino the task was made all the more difficult.

Liverpool started off the game brightly, with Klopps high press nerving the Barca defence, Liverpool taking the lead with a Divock Origi tap in from close in the 7th minute.

Barcelona went on to create a few chances in the first half, only to be denied by an inspired Allison! Liverpool went into the break 1-0, a good display, however there was still a lot of work to do in the second half to complete the turn around.

Andy Robertson was replaced at half time following an injury suffered in the first half by former red men player Luis Suarez. The Scotsman was replaced with Wijnaldum – a substitution that would turn the tie in favour of Liverpool.

Just ten minutes into the second half, Liverpool notched another goal, great work from Alexander-Arnold, who fired a cross the box which was met by the Dutchman who powered the ball past the Barca keeper.

Within minutes Liverpool leveled the aggregate, Xherdan Shaqiri’s floated cross found Gini Wijnaldum who was unmarked in the box and headed home in front of the Kop.

While watching the game you could feel that Liverpool were going to grab the final goal with plenty of time left to do it, being urged by the Anfield crowd, however there was still a sense of nervousness as one Barca goal could of completely ruined the tie once again.

Liverpools made it 4-0 in the 78th minute, from some clever thinking from Trent who fizzed in a low cross for Origi who riffled home a great strike into the top corner.

What a memorable night at Anfield, one that will go down as one of the greatest Champions League comebacks ever! Liverpool now look ahead to the final in Madrid where they will face off against either Tottenham or Ajax!