Roma's Kostas Manolas (L) in action against Liverpool's Sadio Mane (R) during the UEFA Champions League semi final, second leg soccer match between AS Roma and Liverpool FC at the Olimpico stadium in Rome, Italy, 02 May 2018.
ROME - Liverpool booked a Champions League final meeting with Real Madrid after beating Roma 7-6 on aggregate in the semi-finals on Wednesday despite losing a breathless second leg at the Stadio Olimpico.
Andy Robertson:— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) May 2, 2018
27th April, 2013: Montrose 1-2 Queens Park
26th May, 2018: Liverpool vs. Real Madrid in the Champions League final
Look at how much it means to him. Look at how much it means to them fans -- pic.twitter.com/nXpUxQEyYL
After a 5-2 first-leg win last week, a 4-2 defeat on the night could not prevent the five-time champions from reaching their first final since 2007.
Jurgen Klopp&39;s men built on their Anfield victory with first-half strikes from Sadio Mane and Georginio Wijnaldum sandwiching an unfortunate James Milner own goal.
We&39;ve conquered all of Europe,— Liverpool Br News (@LFCBrNews) May 2, 2018
We&39;re never gonna stop.
From Paris down to Turkey,
We&39;ve won the fucking lot.
Bob Paisley and Bill Shankly,
The fields of Anfield Road.
We are loyal supporters,
And we come from Liverpool.
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Needing four unanswered goals to force extra time, Roma piled on the pressure in the second half but failed to repeat their incredible quarter-final comeback against Barcelona despite Edin Dzeko finding the net and a late double from Radja Nainggolan.
Liverpool will take on holders Real in the final at Kiev&39;s Olympic Stadium on May 26 in a repeat of the 1981 decider which the English side won 1-0.