Liverpool enjoyed one of the greatest nights in their history on Tuesday, producing a Champions League comeback against Barcelona to rival Istanbul.
Not many gave Jurgen Klopp‘s side a hope of turning things around against a star-studded Barcelona outfit, following an unjust 3-0 defeat at the Nou Camp.
The Reds are capable of doing special things in the Champions League, however, and Anfield saw possibly its greatest-ever night unfold on Tuesday.
Divock Origi and Gini Wijnaldum both scored twice in a sensational performance, as so many individuals shone, whether it be Alisson in goal, assist machine Trent Alexander-Arnold or relentless midfield pair Fabinho and Jordan Henderson.
A place in the final in Madrid on June 1 has been sealed, as Liverpool proved that they are one of the top two sides in Europe currently.
An unforgettable evening was captured brilliantly by BT Sport, who released their must-watch No Filter video after the game.
Starting off with memorable pre-match scenes around Anfield, pyro is seen filling the streets, with supporters clearly still believing that a miracle is possible.
Former Liverpool duo Robbie Fowler and Michael Owen take their seats in the BT Sport studio, with the former talking up the possibility of a dramatic comeback.
After a perfect rendition of You’ll Never Walk Alone, the action unfolds, with some spine-tingling scenes taking place inside Anfield.
Origi’s early strike sends the home crowd wild, with Henderson seen running back to the halfway line and rousing the crowd, much like Steven Gerrard in Istanbul in 2005.
A second half that will never be forgotten then arrives, as Wijnaldum’s quickfire double leads to delirium on Merseyside.
Gerrard is shown watching on anxiously from the stands, with the legendary ex-captain so often a key figure on nights such as these down the years.
It is left to Origi to fire home the tie-winning goal, following great opportunism from Alexander-Arnold, clinching the most unfathomable of wins.
Fowler and Owen celebrate passionately, as do fans shown in bars and the injured Naby Keita at home, as Liverpool pulled off one of their greatest achievements yet.
Imagine supporting anyone else.