Liverpool fans praised for behaviour after Champions League semifinal

Liverpool fans praised for behaviour after Champions League semifinal

Liverpool fans praised for behaviour after Champions League semifinal

"Nobody said getting to the Champions League final is easy and we've beaten some great teams on the way".

We needed it only one time tonight.

Salah has also been instrumental for Egypt over the past 12 months, helping the Pharaohs reach their first World Cup since 1990. We were a little too patient.

"There is enough space for improvement and that's no problem". It is not the best moment but on Monday morning maybe we can change everything.

Liverpool's Sadio Mane was their most potent attacking threat and put them ahead after nine minutes, but a freaky own goal by James Milner levelled for Roma.

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Roma went on to score three times, the third coming on the 93rd minutes and setting up a nervy closing stages of the game.

The Stadio Olimpico crowd were re-energised, but chances continued to fall Liverpool and Mane's way - a clipped shot flying just wide from the edge of the box before Alisson denied the Senegal star at close quarters following a driving run from Andrew Robertson.

I Lupi manager Eusebio Di Francesco said protesting the uncalled penalties distracted from the comeback effort, and Roma legend Daniele De Rossi said the missed call was understandable, as he didn't see it either.

Liverpool reached the Champions League final on Wednesday.

"It was thrilling to beat Roma and our play in the Champions League was such that we truly deserve to be going to Kiev", he said. They don't hang silver medals at Melwood.

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Klopp believes his side have come a long way since that collapse in Seville back in November. "They are not the only team with quality, or the only team that can win games".

"I know it is hard to ref but it is really embarrassing that we lose on aggregate like that", said billionaire Pallotta, who runs the Raptor private investment group in the United States. "They played 45 extraordinary minutes (in the first leg) and we played two second halves that were just as extraordinary".

"We are all inclusive, sometimes I like it, sometimes I don't need it and after the game I'm fine with it", Liverpool manager Klopp told BT Sport.

Dutch midfielder Wijnaldum, who scored his first away goal in three years, added: "The Champions League is the biggest competition you can play at club level". Wolfsburg deserved to win, but it was an unnecessary defeat for us.

Their 5-2 first-leg victory at Anfield was a scoreline that had never been overturned in the competition's history, but Barcelona's shock defeat in the same stadium had served as a warning against complacency.

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The Italian hosts were aggrieved post-match, sporting director Monchi leading calls for the introduction of VAR after Roma were denied two penalties - Edin Dzeko wrongly flagged for offside before he was taken down by Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius, while Trent Alexander-Arnold handled the ball just past the hour-mark.

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