The Guardiola boys are not finding it funny tonight, after being defeated by Manchester United and Liverpool last week, Manchester city did not come to the pitch to play they meant serious serious business.


The storm did come for Liverpool in the first half, when Pep Guardiola’s team seemed to occupy every critical part of the pitch in every moment and were ahead within two minutes in a torrent of pressure that made the head spin. Liverpool were nervous as hell in the first half but they got the job done and have a serious chance of winning this competition

Manchester City were extremely good tonight until the moment Mo Salah produced the most savage plot twist with a devastating equaliser in the 56th minute making that his 39th goal in the competition. City jacked it in after that, their hearts broken into a thousand tiny pieces.


Yet, by the end, it was not just that City had failed to score the three goals required to level the tie, they had not even won the match, and it is Klopp’s side who go through to the Champions League semi-finals with an emphatic 5-1 ­aggregate win.

Liverpool’s Roberto Firmino celebrates after scoring the second goal

The first and only goal for mancity was scored by Gabriel Jesus two minutes into the match while Salah scored the first goal for Liverpool at the 56th minute and the last goal was scored Roberto Firmino at the 77th minute.




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