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Live Reporting

By Laura Savvas

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  1. Post update

    Right, I'm off!

    Will Liverpool fans have their hearts broken for the second time in 24 hours?

    Can they pull off a spectacular comeback a la Istanbul?

    Head back over here tonight for the build-up and live updates from a huge European night under the lights at Anfield.

    Either way, we'll be finding out the first finalist of the 2019 Champions League final in around ten hours' time.

    See you very soon!

  2. 'I won't celebrate against Liverpool at Anfield' - Suarez

    Liverpool v Barcelona (20:00 BST)

    Barcelona striker Luis Suarez says he will not celebrate if he scores against Liverpool at Anfield in Tuesday's Champions League semi-final second leg.

    Suarez, who left Liverpool in 2014 after three-and-a-half seasons, scored and then celebrated in Barcelona's 3-0 first-leg win at the Nou Camp.

    The Uruguayan apologised for celebrating last week and says he "respects" Liverpool fans.

    "I think people know the work I did here," said Suarez.

    "I think there will be more applause than whistles. There may be quite a few who are not happy but I think there will be more who are happy and grateful."

    Luis Suarez
    Image caption: Luis Suarez left Liverpool for Barcelona in 2014
  3. 'Champions League comeback would be greatest in Liverpool's history' - Lawro

    Liverpool v Barcelona (20:00 BST)

    Mark Lawrenson

    MOTD pundit and former Liverpool defender

    BBC Radio 5 Live analysis

    If Liverpool come out of Tuesday's second leg against Barcelona and they are in the Champions League final, it would be the Reds' greatest result ever.

    They have obviously had some big ones before and I have been there to play in or watch most of them, but because of the way Barcelona are, and particularly because of the genius of Lionel Messi, if Jurgen Klopp's side get through this tie then this would be a recovery like nothing else I have seen before.

    Of course people will read that and ask "what about Istanbul?" - when Liverpool famously fought back from being 3-0 down at half-time against AC Milan to win the 2005 Champions League final, but that was slightly different.

    That performance was absolutely brilliant, but it basically was just down to them gambling everything to get back in the game and throwing everyone forward.

    Do that again this time, and the tie will probably be over within a matter of minutes.

    More here.

    Champions League Liverpool
    Image caption: 2005 2.0?
  4. Get Involved - What's the best goal you've ever seen?

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only, names on texts please)

    SMS Message: Playing in PE circa 93/94 and a cross was whipped in. I was the shortest kid in the year but still jumped up. The ball smashed me square in the face and went in...so I'm told. Took every last ounce of strength to not cry in front of my mates. from Anon
    Anon
  5. Brewster 'ready to play' against Barcelona

    Liverpool v Barcelona (20:00 BST)

    Teenage Liverpool striker Rhian Brewster is "ready" to play in their Champions League tie with Barcelona, according to manager Jurgen Klopp.

    Liverpool must overturn a 3-0 deficit from last week's first leg defeat to reach a ninth European Cup final.

    The Reds are without injured forwards Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino, which may mean Brewster starts.

    "He's ready. There is a big chance. It's nearly sure. It's guaranteed," said Klopp of Brewster's involvement.

    Read the match preview ahead of tonight's big game here.

    Rhian Brewster
  6. Get Involved

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    SMS Message: The reason everyone wants city to win the league is because Liverpool fans text in and complain and say "why does no one want us to win?" Who cares? Take a leaf out of leeds' book, no championship fan of any other club wanted them to win or go up this year, and loved seeing them go into the play offs, but they don't whine, they don't care who hates them because they know it doesn't matter from Jamie
    Jamie
  7. 'Barca game should be a football party'

    Liverpool v Barcelona (20:00 BST)

    Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says the Champions League semi-final second-leg against Barcelona "should be a football party", despite the Reds' 3-0 deficit.

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    Video caption: Liverpool v Barcelona should be a football party - Klopp
  8. Get Involved - What's the best goal you've ever seen?

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only, names on texts please)

    Lotak: Bergkamp's goal v Newcastle. There is no goal like that. There is no better goal than that. The best individual goal of all time.

    Stephen Miller: No 'best goal ever' is complete without Trevor Sinclair's bicycle kick.

    Tommy Davies: best goal ever seen in the flesh? League Cup SF, Bolton v Villa. Jay Jay Okocha second free kick. what a hit.

    Jay Jay Okocha
    Image caption: What a throwback!
  9. Kompany enhances his legend with wonder goal

    Man City 1-0 Leicester

    Chris Bevan

    BBC Sport at Etihad Stadium

    Vincent Kompany's place in the pantheon of Manchester City legends was already assured before Monday night, albeit not for his long-range shooting.

    The Belgian centre-back has now scored 20 goals for City since he joined in the summer of 2008, but his unlikely and spectacular winner against Leicester was his first goal from outside the box, only the 10th time he has tried his luck from that range, the third occasion he has hit the target and the first time he has managed it since 2013.

    No wonder his manager Pep Guardiola admits he was thinking "don't shoot" as the 33-year-old strode forward late in the game with the score goalless and victory imperative.

    Read more here on City's ambassador, and the great survivor.

  10. De Ligt rejects United move, plus more gossip

    Ajax's Dutch centre-back Matthijs de Ligt, 19, has rejected a proposed £60m move to Manchester United.

    Meanwhile, Paul Pogba is keen on a summer transfer to Real Madrid - but his hopes of a move are likely to hinge on Man Utd dramatically lowering their £160m valuation.

    Pogba will push for a move even if United refuse to sell him.

    Catch up with all this and the rest of Tuesday's football gossip right here.

    Matthijs de Ligt
  11. 'City deserved the win'- Tielemans

    Man City 1-0 Leicester

    Leicester midfielder Youri Tielemans has had his say on Monday night's defeat by Manchester City.

    “I think especially in the first half we played [well] at times, most of the time we played really good,” the Belgium international told LCFC TV.

    “We were compact defensively and offensively we tried to play our game to make them run. That's what they did with us [in the] second half which is why they scored a beautiful goal.

    “I think they came back really strong from the dressing room and [in the] second half they were the better team and I think they deserved the win when you see the whole game.

    "I think it's really great if we can win the last game at home, so yes, we'll see on Sunday. We will give our all like we did in the last few games.

    “But we got a chance at the end to draw, but unfortunately, we missed the chance and it's in these kinds of moments we have to be fresh and try to score.

    “It's all right, I think we have to keep in our minds on that first half, where we really played well and we'll see in the next game.”

    Youri Tielemans