Jurgen Klopp recorded an incredible feat as his Liverpool side booked their place in the Champions League final.
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The Reds made hard work of their semi-final second leg as their 2-0 lead from the first leg was wiped out at half time at the Estadio de la Ceramica.
Liverpool are one win away from a seventh European crown
Klopp’s work on Merseyside has been nothing short of remarkable
But goals from Fabinho, Luis Diaz and Sadio Mane cleared up the mess for Liverpool as they ran out 3-2 winners.
They will face the winner of the Real Madrid vs Manchester City tie in Paris’ Stade de France on May 28.
In reaching another final it means Liverpool will have played in every single game possible this season.
This is the fourth time Klopp has reached the Champions League final, putting him level with record holders Marcello Lippi, Sir Alex Ferguson and Carlo Ancelotti.
KLOPP TRACK RECORD
2013: Borussia Dortmund – LOST2018: Liverpool – LOST2019: Liverpool – WON2022: Liverpool – ?
However, there’s one feat where Klopp is out there on his own as he becomes the first manager to reach the League Cup, FA Cup and Champions League final in the same season.
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Liverpool are potentially six wins away from an historic quadruple
The reaction of the Liverpool players was somewhat muted as they reached their third Champions League final in five years.
But that may be because there’s still plenty for the team to play for as they chase an unprecedented quadruple.
And comments from Liverpool star Mohamed Salah show this side have no intention of sitting back and marvelling at their achievements just yet.
Salah told BT Sport: “It’s great to be in a (Champions League) final for a third time in five years, it’s unbelievable.
Salah is happy to reach a third Champions League final, but all attentions now turn to Tottenham in the Premier League on Saturday
“Everybody’s happy inside. I’m sure they’re going to celebrate, drink a little bit, but we have a game next week, so we have to focus on that as well.
“We celebrate today and tomorrow is a new day and we’ll just go from there. Today you have to enjoy it, we’re in the final, you have to enjoy the moment.
“But then from tomorrow, it’s a different competition, you can’t lose the game to Spurs.
“It was tough in the first half, but then we went in the dressing room and the gaffer started talking and we were as well, to try and correct it, show we’re a top team, top level, and try and strike back after conceding two goals.”
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