Jurgen Klopp was full of pride when he was asked about his side's victory last night.
- Liverpool through to Champions League final
- Manager Klopp calls it an "overwhelming" result
- Barcelona lose three-goal lead in knockout stage for second year
- Maurizio Sarrri news conference from 13:30 BST
- Midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek also takes questions
- Tottenham trail Ajax 1-0 in other semi-final (20:00 BST on Wednesday)
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The Barcelona inquest will be 'scathing and remorseless', says Spanish football writer Andy West.
If you've been under a rock since 8pm last night, the report is here to help you understand what went so wrong for the Spanish side and so right for Liverpool.Copyright: Getty Images
How did Liverpool pull off the unthinkable on a memorable night at Anfield?
Barcelona, on the other hand were left reeling after a poor display, especially in defence, a showing striker Luis Suarez described as 'schoolboy defending'Copyright: Getty Images
'Suarez said he wouldn't celebrate... he was right'. The response on social media was predictably amusing after last night's drama. Read the best of it here.Copyright: Getty Images
Andrew Robertson can answer that one for you.Copyright: Getty Images
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SPOILER: Liverpool thrashed Barcelona FOUR NIL to reach the Champions League final
Do not fear, we've got a re-cap of the best bits coming up in the next couple of posts.
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Keep an eye on this story as updates continue to come in on Chelsea's decision to take thier transfer ban appeal to the Court of Arbitration.
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More from Maurizio Sarri, who doesdoes not think Chelsea can catch Manchester City and Liverpool if their transfer ban stands.
"It's very difficult to cover the gap at the moment; we need to work, probably we need to do something from the market," said Sarri.
"So it's not easy, because the level of the top two is very, very high. Of course we have to work and we have to try. In my opinion we can reduce the gap.
"I think that we have to buy only one, two players. Otherwise it's very difficult to improve immediately."Copyright: Getty Images
"We've achieved Champions League football but this is a chance to reach a final," added Loftus-Cheek.
"As Chelsea, we want to win trophies so this is a massive opportunity for us. We won't relax.
"It will feel different for me to win a trophy this season because I have helped the team so much in the Europa League campaign."
"This is the best spell of my Chelsea career in terms of games and goals," said midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek.
"It is due to playing more and being largely injury-free. It's time to stop being seen as a young player and earn my rewards on merit.
"I've learned how to manage my ongoing back issues and have been free from problems for weeks.
"Playing every three days means I need to rest properly and work with the medical staff but they are finding solutions."Copyright: Getty Images
"In a semi-final you have to play against a strong team with very strong players," added Sarri.
"It's difficult to be the favourite in a semi-final."Copyright: Getty Images
Update on Chelsea appeal to the Court of Arbitration on their transfer ban.
Meanwhile, Midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek has been talking to the media ahead of his side's Europa League semi-final second leg at Stamford Bridge on Thursday night.
He's coming up after the latest from Sarri.
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"There are two or three players who have been out on loan this season who are 'interesting'," Sarri said.
"I do not want to name names now. But the level they have been playing at must be considered."
Chelsea's appeal over the transfer ban was refused.
Full story and we'll bring you more when we get it.
Official statement: Chelsea have announced they will take their appeal against a two-window transfer ban, upheld by FIFA's appeals committee, to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi underwent surgery after suffering a ruptured Achilles in the Blues' 2-2 draw with Burnley in April.Copyright: Getty Images
More from Maurizio Sarri:
"We want to reach the Europa League final and win it because we deserve a trophy this season.
"I am delighted at achieving the club's target of making the top four.
"A number of our players have improved this season including Callum Hudson-Odoi, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Ross Barkley.
"Even though there were problems this season, Sarri believes things are going in the right direction."
Sarri confirms N'Golo Kante needs to rest for a couple of weeks, and the hope is he would be fit for the final if Chelsea make it.
Kante was injured during Chelsea's game against Watford at the weekend.Copyright: Getty Images