Roberto Firmino Becomes fourth Liverpool Player To Score 20+ UCL Goals As Reds Reach Semi-Finals
Roberto Firmino demonstrated once more that he is a man who follows through on European evenings.
The Brazilian is for the most part known something else for being a cooperative person, instead of a productive scorer himself.
In any case, he further developed his all-around great Champions League objectives record
As Liverpool booked their spot in the semi-finals.
Firmino turned out to be just the fourth player in history to score 20+ objectives in the Champions League for Liverpool
Who beat Benfica 6-4 in total after a 3-3 attract Wednesday's quarter-last second leg at Anfield.
Ibrahima Konate put Liverpool in front, similarly as he had in the primary leg before Goncalo Ramos made it 1-1 on the evening.
Then, at that point, came Firmino's twofold.
His initially was a quiet and straightforward completion from short proximity after an up-to-date cross from Diogo Jota.
That was his twentieth Champions League objective.
Objective number 21 was a splendidly controlled volley from a Kostas Tsimikas free-kick.
Benfica, shockingly, didn't surrender.
The Portuguese side added to a Champions League exemplary with some fantastic going after play of their own.
Roman Yaremchuk pulled an objective back on 73 minutes before Darwin Nunez made it 3-3 late on.
Liverpool will play Villarreal for a spot in the last. The principal leg will happen at Anfield.
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