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07/05/2019 - 22:15 BST

Now To Beat Man City To Title – Liverpool Star After Knocking Out Barcelona

 




Andrew Robertson says Liverpool are keen to beat Manchester City to the Premier League title on the back of their mammoth comeback win against Barcelona in the Champions League semi-final, with a 4-0 win recorded at Anfield tonight.

Liverpool, hunting at least three goals after losing the first leg 3-0 in Spain, made a rapid start at Anfield and took the lead through Divock Origi in the seventh minute.
 

 



Both sides went in at the break without any further goals being scored, but Liverpool were forced to make a change when Robertson suffered a knock, meaning Georginio Wijnaldum was brought on.

And Jurgen Klopp's decision paid dividends when Wijnaldum scored Liverpool's second in the 54th minute.
 


The Dutchman then put Liverpool 3-0 ahead and level on aggregate when he rose highest to head a cross from Xherdan Shaqiri into the back of the net.



Barcelona were stunned and the game was on a knife-edge.

But Liverpool had another goal in them as Trent Alexander-Arnold, thinking quickly, hit a quick corner into the box, catching Barcelona napping, and Origi turned it into the back of the net.
 


Barcelona put Liverpool under big pressure as the clock ticked down, but the Catalans had no answer and slipped to a 4-0 defeat, losing 4-3 on aggregate.

Robertson was quick to hail the team spirit that pushed Liverpool over the line, while he also lauded saves pulled off by goalkeeper Alisson.


"I’ve said it so many times this season, but what a team", the defender said on BT Sport after the game.

"We believe. Many people wrote us off. But in that changing room we believed and we believed if we got off to a good start we could do it.

"Alisson has pulled off some unbelievable saves and fair play to all the lads."


Liverpool now head into the final matchday of the Premier League season knowing they must win and Manchester City slip up to win the title.

And Robertson wants the Reds to take the momentum of their win over Barcelona into Sunday.

"Fingers crossed. We go to Sunday full of energy.

"It’s out of our hands but we’ve seen stranger things happen here haven't we? Especially tonight."