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 3-0 deficit from the Nou Camp with an unanswered four-goal salvo in thrilling style.
It is the first time since 1986 – 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 122 seconds after the break that the tie truly swung in Liverpool’s favour.
Divock Origi (right) celebrates with Xherdan Shaqiri (left) after scoring Liverpool’s fourth to complete the comeback
The Belgian striker quickly reacted to a brilliant corner from Trent Alexander-Arnold to complete a spectacular comeback
Origi runs over to celebrates with Alexander-Arnold after scoring the fourth goal to put Liverpool in the lead on aggregate
Origi is swarmed by his Liverpool team-mates after scoring the fourth goal to send Anfield into a frenzy on Tuesday
Georginio Wijnaldum celebrates scoring Liverpool’s third goal to bring them level with Barcelona on aggregate
The second-half substitute rose highest to head in his second goal just minutes after scoring his first for the hosts
The Dutchman hangs in the air as he watches the ball fly into Marc-Andre ter Stegen’s net during the second half