Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling has paid tribute to his old side Liverpool following their outrageous Champions League semi final comeback against Barcelona.
Trailing 3-0 from the first leg in Catalonia, the Reds stunned La Blaugrana with a remarkable 4-0 triumph at Anfield on Tuesday night. Gini Wijnaldum and Divock Origi grabbed a brace apiece to seal an improbable 4-3 aggregate victory, a result that put Jurgen Klopp's men into their second consecutive final in the competition.
WHAT A SPECIAL NIGHT!!! WE'RE GOING TO THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL!! https://t.co/p9JxS3cfZS— Liverpool FC (@LFC) May 7, 2019
Liverpool will meet fellow English outfit Tottenham Hotspur in the showpiece event in Madrid on 1st June, the Londoners having completed a ludicrous fightback of their own against Ajax to progress on away goals after a 3-3 aggregate draw across both legs.
Speaking to reporters, Sterling – who left the Merseysiders to join City for a monster £49m fee in 2015 – admitted he was pleased to see his former employers topple Barça
When asked about the title race, Sterling stated: "
Source : 90min