Luke Newman: What I’ve liked about Klopp is that ALL of his signings and players that he has brought through the youth system have performed. How many previous LFC managers can say that, because I remember some shocking signings in the passSMS Message: An amazing 24hrs!! Funnily enough my first daughter was born the night Brazil lost 8-0 to Germany in the WC, so I had a hunch a crazy result may crop up with my second due this week. I was hoping it would be Leicester on Monday night but daughter number two didn't arrive until yesterday morning and I had a feeling beating Barcelona and a Champions League final was on the cards instead! Not sure I can knock out another child in time for Sunday though from John, Tunbridge WellsSMS Message: Watched the Liverpool match with my lad, as quietly as we could as my daughter had gone to bed ready for GCSEs. Lots of quiet fist pumping and faces of disbelief! Pretty sure we'd win but 4-0? Unbelievable team. from Matt, Wrexham
Is that really you Jake? It certainly looks like it.
If so, yes that is a total 'Kop out'Copyright: Twitter
We're going to move on to covering the Chelsea news conference soon, where we expect Maurizio Sarri to face questions from the media ahead of his side's Europa League clash with Frankfurt on Thursday night.
So just a prior warning to be quick with sending in your weird and wonderful tales of where you watched the Liverpool game last night.
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West Brom had to get a cheeky little mention of that time they drew 2-2 with Liverpool at Anfield back in 2015.
Divock Origi scored the equaliser in the 96th minute that day....
They celebrated that draw in similar fashion to last night's scenes...
RE 12:24 in reply to his father-in- law
Spanish football journalist on BBC Radio 5 live
For three-quarters of the tie, Barcelona were inferior, scared and unable to find answers.
For me, Messi was saying: 'How do I influence the game?' For the last hour, where was he? Not many teams have ever done that to him.
Barcelona had not played a team like that in a long, long time.Copyright: Getty Images
Liverpool's Twitter account today is a predictable love-in.
And why not?
Making history does that to a club.
Just look at James Milner.
If there's one good thing to come out of last night's epic match, it is surely the arrival of Jurgen the dog.Copyright: Twitter: @wildneil
Will Manchester United ever return to these heady heights again?
Jason Worlledge: - nerves wouldn’t allow me to sit & watch so I went out for a 20km run in streets of #Warsaw. A few pedestrians & idle walkers were a wee bit surprised with sudden screams & jubilation with each goal. Who says you never see a smiling runner
Steve Tiu: Last night, Anfield replaced Disneyland as the “happiest place on earth.”
Simon Black: In a hotel in Lviv, Ukraine. Was told it was going to be shown there but wasn't. Got told off for shouting and cheering every goal at 12am while watching on my phone. I apologised to reception this morning. He understood. YNWA.
Former England captain on BBC Radio 5 Live
Liverpool were too clever, it was just a staggering night.
Divock Origi grew in confidence by getting that first goal. He just had such a spring in his step and he knew he had that backline of Barcelona all over the place.
It was the same with Sadio Mane. Barcelona didn't know whether to drop off or go close.Copyright: Getty Images
Twists, turns and pantomime villains - Liverpool's Champions League semi-final win against Barcelona had it all.
Here's how it all went down on Twitter
Wondering how to kill time until the next time semi-final? We've got a quiz for you.
Can you name these Ajax stars who played in the Premier League? Have a go here.Copyright: Getty Images
Chelsea have lost their appeal against Fifa's decision to ban them from signing players during the next two transfer windows.
The only change to the terms of the ban is that the Premier League club can sign under-16 players from the UK during the suspension period.
Chelsea have a news conference from 13:20 BST, but for now you can read more here.
DPM Steve: Regardless of whoever you support, whether you love or hate Liverpool, last night was very special - the passion at Anfield and in the 5live commentary is why we love the beautiful game and why you should never give up belief.
One goal, two goal, three goal, four
Keep these brilliant tales coming in.
We could compile them all into a book of short stories. Could call it 'Anfield in Dreamland' or something like that - DeniseSMS Message: My daughter's boyfriend, a keen Liverpool fan, managed to watch the game in the back row of an American Airlines flight from New York to London. Meanwhile, my daughter read a book, pretending not to be with him, due to him attracting unwanted attention from the other passenger every time Liverpool scored! from Adrian, Watford.SMS Message: Incredible result...had to be up at 3am to fly out of Gatwick to Spain, 3 hours sleep by the time my heartbeat settled down, hoping to run into a few Barca fans from AnonSMS Message: Have an exam today but the studying got put on hold once the early goal went in! Was up at the crack of dawn to revise, not that I slept much last night....! What a performance - from David, Edinburgh