◼️ The red team reached the final despite falling 4-2 at the Olympic Stadium in Rome and now play the deciding game against Real Madrid in Kiev.
Liverpool completed its work on Wednesday in the semi-finals of the Champions League and got into the final that will be played on May 26, in Kiev, against the two-time champion of the competition, Real Madrid. The red team fell 4-2 to Rome at the Olympic Stadium and reached it to advance after the 5-2 first leg at Anfield.
Although the Klopp never lost their temper, La Loba didn’t make it easy going to the attack at every moment and pressing well up. In any case, the Reds took advantage of their spaces in the first half and managed to score two goals that would later be irremovable.
First appeared Sadio Mané, after a great pass from Roberto Firmino, while Georginio Wijnaldum again put the English advantage after the partial draw for the goal against Milner. The one that was quite inaccurate was Mohamed Salah, but this time his team did not need it. Instead, the key was the goalkeeper, Loris Karius, who avoided several goals from the rival, especially in the complement when Rome went with everything to attack.
The Italians left the competition with their heads held high: Edin Dzeko managed to equalize in the second half and Nainggolan scored two more goals to close the 4-2. It did not reach him to pass, but to show the defensive flaws of a Liverpool that should improve if you want to dream of snatching the Orejona from Madrid.