Sat. Aug 13th, 2022

Liverpool survived a likely comeback in spain.

Liverpool beat Villarreal to progress into the Champions League final and keep their hopes of winning an unprecedented quadruple alive.

They had a 2-0 advantage in the first leg but that advantage was wiped out after only 41 minutes.

Boulaye Dia opened scoring for Villarreal after three minutes, converting Etienne Capoue’s pass, before ex-Arsenal midfielder Francis Coquelin headed in a second from another Capoue cross as the Reds looked rattled.

Fabinho put them back in front on aggregate with a shot.

Luis Diaz, came off the bench at half time changed the game after he replaced Diogo Jota, restored Liverpool’s two-goal aggregate advantage with a header at the back post.

Sadio Mane secured Liverpool’s place in their third Champions League final.

No English side has ever won the Champions League, Premier League, FA Cup and League Cup all in the same season, with Liverpool aiming to create history.

By Nwosu Chizoba David

Nwosu Chizoba David is an entertainment and football lover, promoter, analyst and writer. He aspires to make a name in the media company. He is the CEO of Soccercruz (News site, Podcast, Radio and Television). email:, phone number: +2348063046744.

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