Although Roma conquered mighty Barcelona they were but overwhelmed and undermined via the pinnacle scorers in the Champions League Liverpool’s tempo. The English team stays unbeaten in this season's Champions League.
Roma started properly they saw sufficient of the ball early on - fifty six per cent of it in the first 25 mins - to provide the briefest illusion of containment. They also went on to score two overdue goals to present their supporters a second wish of a 2nd miracle comeback at the Stadio Olimpico after the one with Barcelona.
Liverpool took seven shots heading in the right direction within the first half. The other one team to do that in the Champions League this season is Tottenham in their home game against APOEL. This was the 3rdtime that Liverpool has achieved this.
Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino scored two times whilst Sadio Mane scored once for Liverpool FC leading to a 5-2 win over AS Roma, while Edin Dzeko and Diego Perotti scored the important away goals for the Italians.
The match however was marred by violent scenes outside the stadium after both clubs fans clashed in the shadow of the game.
🏆 Liverpool vs Roma | Roberto Firmino (GOAL) 62' pic.twitter.com/eRpxOCY4Nq— 🔜 BAYERN 🆚 REAL MADRID (@CY_STADIUM_9) April 24, 2018
Leading to Two men from Rome been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a Liverpool supporter was left fighting for his life following an altercation ahead of the Champions League semi-final at Anfield.
The injured guy with his brother believed to be from Ireland was taken in for treatment at Walton Neurological Centre, where his situation is defined as crucial, Merseyside Police said.
In a statement released by the club read thus: “our thoughts, in the first instance, are with the victim and his family at this very traumatic time. We will be offering them our full support. The club has been liaising with the emergency services since the incident occurred and will continue to do so. Liverpool FC directs supporters and those in attendance at the game to Merseyside Police’s appeal for information”