Liverpool: Messi set Liverpool down two goals


Barcelona are attacking the final in the Champions League.

The Catalans won their first semi-final against Liverpool at home in Camp Nou 3-0 after Lionel Messi's crazy show in the final minutes.

With the room remaining to play, Barça led with 1 to 0, but it was the guests who were the team that made the game and a receipt was the minimum in the air. Then the home team entered a sharp counterattack, Sergi Roberto played Luiz Suarez – who managed to get out of a final with the thigh.

The ball passed over Alisson Becker and dotted the bar, but Lionel Messi popped the return and placed correctly 2-0 for Barcelona.

Sadio Mané and Liverpool are in the semi-finals.


Messis Mad Numbers: Place the 600th goal

His next goal was the most difficult trick.

It was eight minutes to play when the home team was given a free kick in a dream position. Messi then took a step forward and curled up on the final score 3-0 with a nice nonsense kick.

His 600th goal. On 14 years later he made his first goal for the Barcelona team.

Now the Argentine is in twelve goals during this edition of the Champions League.

– What a free kick he presses with. And in this situation, in this semifinal, says Anders Bjuhr in the transmission of Viasat.

Liverpool managed a dream position to improve the numbers, but miraculously did not enter the ball. In principle, Salah had an open goal on a comeback, but he punctuated the post.

The numbers did not reflect the departure picture.

Honestly, Liverpool should have brought with them at least one or two goals from the Camp Nou, but Barcelona won 3-0 and now has more than one great opportunity to advance to the CL final next week.

– Excellent that you can stay 0-3 on the board after making a match like this out, says specialist Martin Åslund in the transmission of Viasat.

Suarez celebrated wildly against the old club

No, it was not Liverpool night.

The English title contender arrived in the 24th minute to see midfielder Naby Keita leave the pitch after being approached by Ivan Rakitic.

Two minutes later, the next cold shower arrived.

Former Liverpool player Luis Suarez, who made 110 league appearances for the Premier League club between 2011 and 2014, came in 1-0 after a perfect kick from Jordi Alba.

And he did not restrain himself in his celebration.

"Suarez never had the nice side, but he looked great today," says Martin Åslund.

But of course Lionel Messi, who gets the big headlines after the crusher (purposefully) at the Camp Nou.

Comrades of the team Marc-André ter Stegen:

– That was your 600th goal, right? He is meaningless. He always wants to win and can easily, on his own, decide how a game should end. The free kick was fantastic, says the goalkeeper.


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