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Live Reporting

By Denise Evans and Becky Grey

All times stated are UK

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  1. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    Francesca Gunn: As a United fan i thought best comeback ever saw was the PSG game. But Liverpool just proved me wrong. What a game, they actually had me supporting them for a bit. I mean what Trent Alexander-Arnold done shouldn't be legal. I don't know what else to say other than WOW

    Noel Fitzpatrick: Goals from Origi and Wijnaldum, assists from Henderson and Shaqiri (and of course Alexander Arnold!)...That's what I call chipping in! That's what I call stepping up to the plate!!

    Simon Harding: Had a really weird dream last night. Dreamt that Liverpool beat Barcelona 4-0, Messi and Suarez were anonymous and Origi scored twice. How ridiculous

    Dreams can come true, Simon

  2. IncREDibles

    Liverpool 4-0 Barcelona

    Liverpool Echo

    The Liverpool Echo comes close to the headline of the day.

    Liverpool Echo
  3. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    Is this the greatest comeback in history, or have Liverpool already done that with that famous Champions League final win in Istanbul (2005)?

    How are you feeling Liverpool fans? Still catching your breath? Managed to get much sleep?

    Non-Liverpool fans. How are you feeling? Jealous, in awe or not much at all?

    Get in touch, once you've had your morning brew and the shock has settled a bit...

    Jurgen Klopp fans
  4. 'Barca embarrassed' 'Historical failure'

    Liverpol 4-0 Barcelona

    The Spanish back page have not held back on their condemnation of Barcelona's abject performance at Anfield last night.

    Messi was poor and the defence was non-existent.

    El Mundo
    El Pais
  5. 'Comeback Kings'

    Liverpool 4-0 Barcelona

    Back pages
  6. What the papers say

    Liverpool 4-0 Barcelona

    Talking about superlatives, the British papers went IN on those with their back pages today.

    'Miracle' popped up a few times...

    Daily Mail
    The Telegraph
  7. Superlative overload

    Liverpool 4-0 Barcelona

    It's highly likely every superlative in the English dictionary has already been used to describe Liverpool's stunning comeback over Barcelona at Anfield last night.

    The place was rocking.

    Jurgen Klopp couldn't believe what he had witnessed.

    But it happened.

    Liverpool beat Barcelona FOUR NIL to reach their fourth Champions League final.

  8. This. Is. Football

    Liverpool 4-0 Barcelona