Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool had to face arguably its toughest challenge ever, as they were set to face FC Barcelona for the second leg of the UEFA Champions League’s semi-finals.

Moreover, the Reds had to find a way to try and overcome a 3 goal deficit without Mo Salah and Roberto Firmino, two-thirds of their terrifying scoring trio.

However, Liverpool were quick to prove that they weren’t afraid of the moment, as they took complete control of the ball since the start of the game, with Divock Origi scoring the first goal 7 minutes into the game after Ter Stegen denied Jordan Henderson.

Following quite an exciting 45 minutes, Jurgen Klopp was forced to take Andrew Robertson out with an injury, sending Georginio Wijnaldum to replace the full-back to start the second half.

Luckily for the Reds, it would be Ginaldjum the one to make the difference on the pitch, scoring a stunner following a great pass from Alexander-Arnold at the 54-minute mark.

Just a couple of minutes later, the Dutch would go on to score the third for the home team with a beautiful header after a nice cross from Xherdan Shaqiri.

Klopp’s team was doing a great work containing Lionel Messi and Barcelona couldn’t hold on to the ball for more than 15 straight seconds, with the Blaugrana still completely shook by Liverpool’s dominance.

Just when it looked like it the first 90 minutes were set to end 3-0, Trent Alexander-Arnold made the most of a huge defensive mistake by Barcelona and connected with a wide-open Divock Origi on a corner, who didn’t miss the chance to send the 4th past Ter-Stegen.

Barcelona wasted a 3 goal advantage once again after being knocked out by AS Roma last year, while Liverpool is set to get another shot at the trophy after Real Madrid beat them in Kiev.