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It was quite difficult, again it was quite clear especially with the start, this wonderful goal we served on a plate but honestly I expect something a little like that and then you have to react the right way.
I liked how we react but City took all the risk so we needed a bit of luck and disciplined defending formation. It was his decision.
Not our best football game but I thought deserved in the end. I have no problem conceding but if it happens you have to react. If they want the ball they have to kill you and in a few moments it was too easy.
We knew we scored one goal and the atmosphere is really different. Mikel Arteta might be busy tonight. To go down early on got the crowd up but second half we got hold of it slightly more.
We wanted to get about them second half and defended well. K lopp joins his players in celebrating with the travelling fans.
Man City fans stream out of the ground. Liverpool are through to the semi-final! C ity are still attacking but everyone knows the game is up.
Liverpool have played this superbly! D anny Ings comes on to replace Mo Salah. C ity fans have started to leave the Etihad. A flare went off after Salah scored and the pictures are really cool.
C ity cannot find a way around or through the Liverpool defence. Jesus tries to link with Aguero but they give the ball away, Gundogan brings it forward and Sane is in!
He rolls it back inside and Gundogan puts it in the back of the net! Firmino comes off for Ragnar Klavan. If everyone is behind the ball they might as well be actual defenders.
C ity now only need to score five goals in the remaining 10 minutes to reach the semi-final. Otamendi has made a horrible mistake, handing the ball to Firmino on the edge of his own box.
Firmino has a free run into the box and then slots it low into the bottom corner. M ore Man City pressure but still Liverpool defend in numbers and get everything clear.
Sane gets lucky as the ball drops to him, then chips to the back post and Alexander-Arnold puts Aguero off. L iverpool are 15 minutes away from the semi-final, unless Man City can score four goals in that time.
Klopp has absolutely nailed his setup here. G undogan comes on for Bernardo Silva. Van Dijk gets it away. The Etihad is a whole lot quieter than an hour ago.
L iverpool still look pretty comfortable here! City are static and tentative, Liverpool look well drilled and are starting to control possession.
A guero is straight into the action! A nd now Van Dijk is shown a yellow card for trying to get Sterling off his back - literally. The forward landed on him after going down under pressure from a sprint.
S terling carries the ball towards goal, goes down under a challenge from Salah City are moving the ball around slowly and allowing Liverpool to get into their defensive shape.
L iverpool have just turned on the style a little bit here and are beginning to threaten on the attack. Jesus comes forward and cuts in from the right, De Bruyne takes on the shot from 25 yards but drills it low down the centre of the goal.
The goalkeeper kneels down and picks it up. C ity now have to score four goals to reach the semi-finals. That is surely impossible.
Seconds after Firmino looks to have gotten away with one, City are pulled apart. The goalkeeper is taken out of the game and then Salah is cool as ice and dinks a little chip over the defender into the empty net!
That must be a red card for a second yellow! I want to see a replay of that before making my own mind up on it. R obertson is breaking to a striker position to track and press the Man City player on the ball.
D e Bruyne can shoot The goalkeeper claims it. L iverpool have had more of the ball so far in this half than for most of the first.
Mane gets in behind the defence but Fernandinho steams in and wins the ball off him with a strong challenge. City manage intercept near their own box and try to break.
De Bruyne carries the ball out from deep. C an City get the crowd going again early on? The referee has a smile on his face.
Karius punches, it comes back off Milner and loops over the defence, and Sane turns the ball in. You can see Sane is onside by my incorrect line at the time Milner touches it No wonder Pep is furious.
T he referee has sent Guardiola to the stand for the second half! He had a goal disallowed by the same referee the last time he had him in charge of a game.
The thing is, Liverpool are doing really well here and have an answer to everything thrown at them so far. Like sitting in a shed listening to torrential rain, knowing - just knowing - that the roof is about to fall in.
G uardiola, who has previous with this referee, runs onto the pitch at half time and angrily drags his players off, doing the "Shhhhhh!
Alexander-Arnold is still just 19, while fellow full-back Andrew Robertson also impressed. W hat will hurt City most of all is that Liverpool simply appeared to want it more.
Neither did their manager. They also know that if Liverpool, so devastating on the counter-attack, score at the Etihad they will need five goals.
If City exit this tie questions will be asked as to why their players could not cope and, also, why Guardiola, having said he would not change the way his team played, appeared to do just that.
He replaced Raheem Sterling with Ilkay Gundogan, pushed De Bruyne deeper and reorganised to a formation that just did not work.
Guardiola had to eventually abandon all of that but, by then, the damage was done. F or Liverpool there will be some concern over Mohamed Salah.
Klopp suggested his substitution was precautionary. Captain Jordan Henderson, though, will miss the second leg through suspension after a late booking.
It lives, it breathes. Legend is being writ once more in a competition that means so much to Liverpool. I t went wrong for City from the moment they won the toss and asked Liverpool to attack the Kop.
They accepted the invitation. They did not wait long. Just 31 minutes in and Liverpool were three goals up. He checked back to dump Otamendi on the turf with Ederson repelling his shot and the rebound ran to Walker who made a hash of dealing with it.
Firmino pounced — poking it to Salah … and we know what then happens. Salah swept his shot home. De Bruyne was incensed.
I nstead it was they who struck again with a brilliant, viciously powerful effort by Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain who collected the ball after James Milner slammed into a tackle.
The space opened up ahead of Oxlade-Chamberlain and 25 yards out he caught the ball sweetly to drive it away from Ederson and into the side of the goal.
Before half-time it could even have been more only for Van Dijk to head narrowly over. He had messed up and rejigged things into the second half with Sterling on and a formation restored — why did he abandon it?
So it was now, more than ever, that their fans forced them over the line. But it was how well they beat them that was so extraordinary.
We have to accept it and now in two days to have United at home, then two days later we have Liverpool at home. All goals were excellent, counter-press, super counter-pressing winning the ball back - that was all good.
If we could control the game better against a team like Man City then we would be closer to Man City in the league. I can imagine a lot of people are really happy but we play on Saturday at If you want to see games like this, the Premier League has to look at it.
Guardiola got his tactics wrong, the players looked nowhere near ready to play, were second to every ball, slow on it and that will feel like a proper hammering.
Side to side passing, easy to block, harmless. T he crowd roars as the referee blows the final whistle. Liverpool dismantled Man City with a phenomenal opening 45 minutes and then defended like the best of Burnley for the second half.
Klopp absolutely masterminded that one - the setup was perfect, the players were on their game, the lineup was right and this is a superb result.
S terling is booked for tripping Wijnaldum near the halfway line. A tactical foul, if you will. A lexander-Arnold is roaring his teammates on, Anfield obliges.
City keep going side to side but just cannot get anything like a decent ball into the area! It comes off his knee and Karius gathers.
C ity really need someone who can attack a cross in the centre. W alker switches play, Sane takes it down, Mane is a right-back and blocks the cross.
Alexander-Arnold heads out for a throw. De Bruyne chips a poor pass into the area to nobody in particular. Liverpool clear their lines.
Henderson has a wild swipe on Sterling as he dribbles forwards and Sterling reacts instantly! Getting right up in his face.
The referee sorts them out and books Henderson for the foul. For a second it looked like everyone might kick off there. D e Bruyne whips the ball in from wide City come forward again Sane is in behind!
He drives to the box, shoots Does this look offside to you? The blue lines are where City want to have passing lanes, the man circled is blocking the pass to Fernandinho at all times.
The two connected are in charge of pressing the man on the ball. Liverpool are so organised with the press. C ity come forward slowly and Liverpool get back into their defensive shape quickly.
Nobody moves off the ball and the passes go sideways and backwards. Sane tries to force something down the left but again Alexander-Arnold is equal to it - he has been superb tonight.
S terling has the ball wide right, takes on Robertson and waits for the slide tackle J esus has been mostly useless tonight.
He tries a strange attempt at a flicked shot which ends up somewhere miles behind the goal. Walker shouts for a pass from Otamendi, who goes into Fernanindho, who goes first time out to Walker but puts way too much on it.
L ook how narrow and compact Liverpool are in defence. This is what Burnley and the likes do against City:. S olanke makes an instant impact!
A long ball forward and he takes it down. Another long pass into the channel and he can sprint into space and pull a low pass into the box.
Mane almost gets a shot on goal but Otamendi covers and Ederson can gather. O tamendi heads over. Solanke is getting ready to come on, which suggests Klopp wants to try and get the high press going again.
T heir passing is scrappy too. City have a little spark about them too. The crowd roars on their team but City have all the ball.
Silva wins another corner. E verytime Sterling gets the ball the crowd boo. He wants an option for a pass but has to go backwards W hat a ball!
Sane is in miles of space on the left! Mane wins a free-kick and gives his team a chance to keep the ball for a bit. The highly-anticipated clash between the champions and the challengers did not disappoint.
City flew out of the traps early on, setting the tone for a pulsating half, but the better chances fell for Liverpool. Firmino slipped Mane through on goal after 18 minutes and his low strike cannoned off the post.
Stones then fired his clearance into Ederson, sending the ball looping back towards goal, where the England international miraculously recovered by hooking the ball off the goal-line.
Vincent Kompany saw yellow and not red for a lunge on Mohamed Salah on the half hour, before appeals for a City penalty were waved away on 40 minutes after Aguero clashed with Van Dijk.
But City sought their own retribution seconds later as the Argentine skipped away from Dejan Lovren and lashed a stunning drive past Alisson at his near post from a tight angle.
City could have had a third when Aguero tried and failed to round Alisson on 83 minutes, and Bernardo Silva pounced on a poor Lovren clearance late on.
The Liverpool goalkeeper prevailed on both occasions but it was City left rejoicing at the end of a thrilling victory.
We were outstanding from the first minute. We are happy for this victory to reduce the gap. If we lose today it is almost done, it would be so difficult.