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Liverpool complete historic comeback to beat Barcelona, advance to UCL final

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Nicol: Greatest European night in Anfield history (2:09)

Steve Nicol says he feels guilty for doubting Liverpool could pull off a comeback against Barcelona and reach the Champions League final. (2:09)

Down 3-0 after the first leg at the Camp Nou, Liverpool did the unthinkable at Anfield, turning around the tie with four answered goals in one of the greatest comebacks the Champions League has ever seen.

With a three-goal deficit and without two of their famed front three in Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino (both injured), Liverpool got two goals apiece from Divock Origi and Georginio Wijnaldum to shock Lionel Messi and Barcelona 4-0 and reach the Champions League final.

- Ogden: Liverpool comeback tops any night Anfield's ever seen
- Hunter: Barca were the 'dopes' in shock loss at Liverpool
- Liverpool ratings: Origi, Fabinho top list of heroes vs. Barca
- Barcelona ratings: Alba 3/10 as his mistakes start collapse

Here's how social media reacted to the latest -- and maybe most improbable -- in a long line of magical European nights at Anfield...

Hard to argue with this quote after watching that performance from Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool and the fans at Anfield.

Mo Salah believed.

Count investor Lebron James in among those who were captivated by Liverpool's comeback.

BT Sport brings up a good point: Where does this comeback rank among Liverpool's greatest?

ESPN's Katie Nolan seems excited...

Seven percent chance of advancing... tell that to Liverpool!

Some statement from a Jamie Carragher, one of the heroes of that famous 2005 Champions League final comeback in Istanbul who played over 500 times for the Reds.

Even former rival Jose Mourinho could only tip his cap towards Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp while speaking as a pundit for beIn Sports.

Liverpool midfielder Naby Keita, out with a groin injury, nervously watched the final from home but had to be extra careful celebrating the big win.

Let's check in with some of the heroes from the night and some legends from the past...

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Liverpool legend Stevie G has at last weighed in on his beloved Reds.

How about the boss?

WWE Wrestler and noted Liverpool fanatic Sheamus was happy with the result.

James Milner has yet to tweet but @BoringMilner has...