Fri. Aug 23rd, 2019

All the Liverpool vs Barcelona goals as they go in

Barcelona - Liverpool champions league luis suarezBarcelona stride into Merseyside intent on inflicting more misery on a Liverpool side that look set to endure a heartbreaking week.

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Barcelona arrive at Anfield 3-0 up after the first leg but they will be intent on scoring and will be just as determined as Liverpool to win the match.

The sublime free kick slotted by Lionel Messi last week was the pick of the goalmouth action, though Luis Suarez’ goal was one that emphasized the danger of this Barcelona team going forward.

At this late stage in the season Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has become philosophical on his teams chances and has urged the players and fans to enjoy the last European night at Anfield this season.

Klopp told UEFA.com: “The situation with the 3-0 is obviously not the situation we want to have before the second leg.

“Two of the world’s best strikers are not available for tomorrow and we have to score four goals to go through. It doesn’t make life easier, but as long as we have 11 players on the pitch we will try.

“You have to be perfect to beat them. It’s possible that this will be the last Champions League game of the campaign, so let’s celebrate it.”

LIVE updates: Liverpool vs Barcelona

Barcelona vs Liverpool first leg highlights

In their last outing, over the weekend, Barcelona fielded a weakened team having already wrapped up another La Liga title.

Barcelona were beaten 2-0 away from home by Celta Vigo, with Ousmane Dembele starting for the first time in months only to go off early with a hamstring problem.

Celta Vigo vs Barcelona highlights

Liverpool’s last at bat, as it were, was against Newcastle on Saturday where a last gasp 3-2 win took the Premier League title race down to the final day.

For the second time this season it was Divock Origi who broke the the tie with a header. Despite the win Liverpool suffered a blow to their hopes on all fronts when Mohamed Salah was accidentally floored by an onrushing Martin Dubravka.

Refresh this page during the contest to enjoy video of all the goals in tonight’s Champions League meeting at Anfield.

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