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Jurgen Klopp will be hoping it is merely a knock rather than a twist on the knee for his captain. He won't want to go off unless he can barely move in a game of this magnitude.
He pulls off a clever spin having collected the ball from Divock Origi and replays show as he slid to keep the ball his knee connected with the boot of Barcelona defender Clement Lenglet.
Neither side need to rush this, you feel. Liverpool will be satisfied with this opener and Barcelona know they are only one goal away from killing this tie.
Only moments ago Liverpool thought they had a second goal on the night when Andy Robertson fizzed a strike from wide on the left towards the top corner, only to draw an unorthodox save from Ter Stegen.
Barcelona surely knew it was going to be like this? They don't look prepared for this onslaught at all. This time he is clattered by James Milner right in front of the referee and his Barca team-mates are asking why Milner has escaped a booking for a late foul.
How many wake-up calls do Liverpool want? The finish was simple enough, the Brazilian was unable to get the power behind it as he looked for the far corner.
Lionel Messi had a clear sight of the middle of the goal but as he looked to check back onto his left foot Virgil van Dijk got back to poke away.
Barcelona launch their first meaningful attack of the game so far as Lionel Messi draws a wonderful - and vital - save from Alisson.
Arturo Vidal produces a stunning switch to Philippe Coutinho who finds Jordi Alba on the overlap, the Spanish full-back has the composure to hold off an early cross before finding an unmarked Messi on the edge.
The Liverpool midfielder produces a crunching challenge on Luis Suarez that has been well received by the home fans - not so much the referee.
Fabinho needs to find some composure because he looks like a man with his emotions on the edge tonight. It brushed past him with so much ease it is scary but that's not a penalty for me.
Would have been very, very soft. Anfield has exploded into life after that one as a mistake from Jordi Alba saw Jordan Henderson surge into the area, get a shot away and the save from Ter Stegen could only fall to an unmarked Origi four yards out.
They needed an early goal and they have it. Head in hands for some of the Barcelona players but a long way to go yet. Liverpool are trying to start on the front foot, firmly on the accelerator but they need to do more in and around the penalty area to trouble this slick and sophisticated Barcelona team.
Huge cheers every time Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez get a touch or pass wrong but one goal from the visitors will turn Anfield silent.
The Reds then launch their own counter-attack as they expose Barcelona down the left and Xherdan Shaqiri's scuffed shot inside the area was almost met by Jordan Henderson at the back post.
Players have emerged to a huge roar from the supporters and as Lionel Messi leads Barcelona out, it is all smiles from the Catalans squad suggesting their are relishing the occasion.
Almost there now It is history or heartache for the Reds tonight as the observe the Champions League anthem. Just a matter of minutes away from getting underway at Anfield and you sense that the magnitude of the game is not lost on anyone tonight.
You'll Never Walk Alone is ringing around the ground now as the Liverpool supporters are in fine voice. Goosebumps stuff once again as the Kop unite together.
For Barcelona the job is simple: get an early goal and kill the atmosphere and the tie in one fell swoop. That's how it is. We have tried everything to tune them as good as possible and get them playing the best football they can play.
We are here, we have qualified and we really want to give it a try. Shaqiri That's how it is with offensive players.
He will be in the half spaces but the positions I give to the players mainly when they need to be organised is when Barcelona have the ball.
We have to be fluid in our movement. Good crosses, good set-pieces and good finishes so I am happy for the boys to get an opportunity. There is a carnival atmosphere in the away end as the Barcelona players are out to undertake their warm-ups.
Many of those inside Anfield tonight are already looking ahead to that June 1 final in Madrid. Journey's ' Don't Stop Believin ' playing over the Anfield speakers right now and that right there is why the person in charge of the playlist needs a raise.
It has all the hallmarks of a classic occasion this evening and those are starting to rack up under the lights at Anfield. Tuesday's return leg at Anfield will just be Messi's second-ever competitive match at Liverpool's iconic ground.
Stunning programme front cover for Liverpool-Barcelona pic. Liverpool's odds of rolling Barcelona over and reaching the Champions League final may be slim - but there is still hope, according to stats revealed by football forecasting experts at StarSpreads.
While Liverpool's chances of reaching the final stand at a mere five per cent, the stats do give them hope.
Barca have won away just ONCE in the latter stages of the competition since , with defeats in that time including a stuffing against Juventus and Roma and a thrashing away at PSG.
Liverpool are devastating on home soil in Europe, with SEVEN of their last 10 Champions League home wins have seeing score three or more - while they have kept four cleans sheets in their last six home games — scoring four or more in three of those games.
The name of Dortmund, however, will be central to the plot. Close to an hour until we hear the referee's whistle to signal kick-off at Anfield and the atmosphere is already at fever-pitch with cheery-red flares filling the sky on Merseyside.
Crowds have arrived early in good numbers to the ground and are looking to make it as hostile and intimidating as possible for Barcelona in a bid to knock Lionel Messi and Co from their stride.
Elsewhere, Dejan Lovren and Joe Gomez provide defensive cover on the bench while talented teenager Rhian Brewster has earned a place alongside them.
There is no room in the matchday squad for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain who misses out with a 'slight muscle strain' according to the club.
He underwent an individual training session on Monday in a bid to shake his niggle off. Ernesto Valverde is wary of complacency setting in against a side that reached the Champions League final last year.
The Reds face a mammoth task to overturn a deficit after suffering a heavy defeat in the Nou Camp last week, but it appears fans have taken matters into their own hands to help find any possible advantage.
A video has emerged on social media of fans setting off fireworks opposite the Hilton hotel in Liverpool city centre on Monday night.
Huge cheers for Ernesto Valverde's players as they left the Hilton hotel in Liverpool city centre in their grey club suits earlier on. They don't look panicked, do they?
They do hold a lead and have just wrapped up their domestic title and so at this point, panic is probably not in the players' lexicon. Liverpool's leading scorer was flattened by Newcastle goalkeeper Martin Dubravka in an accidental collision and must now sit out his team's attempt to retrieve a three-goal first leg deficit against Barcelona.
FA and Premier League guidelines stipulate that Salah must serve a mandatory six-day break from football, so he should be able to return for the final match of the season against Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool's manager, reported him to be 'fine'. It is a huge blow to Klopp given he goes into the match already without Naby Keita and striker Roberto Firmino.
Barcelona is full of superstar names but there are a couple of players in action tonight who have pulled on the shirts for both clubs.
Luis Suarez, who was criticised by Liverpool fans for his celebration in the first leg, is one and Philippe Coutinho is another.
They've done it throughout , including scoring 14 goals in the 85th minute or later. Now they've got another big challenge ahead of them — turning around this deficit against Barcelona.
They actually played well for large spells at the Nou Camp before Lionel Messi turned on the style to grab a brace, adding to Luis Suarez's opener.
I know it is painful for Liverpool fans to relive the defeat in Spain but you should watch back for Messi's free-kick alone.
Hello and welcome to Sportsmail's comprehensive coverage of Liverpool's visit of Barcelona in the semi-finals of the Champions League.
The La Liga champions are overwhelming favourites, naturally, after a win in the first leg. But back at Anfield, there is a hope that the atmosphere can make anything possible.
Paris Saint-Germain learned the hard way of how dramatic reversals are possible when Barcelona came back from down in the first leg to win the second on home soil!
Stick with me for the next few hours as I bring you all the action, all the analysis and hopefully all the drama. Kick-off at Anfield is 8pm BST.
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