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Final Blow As Liverpool Is Chucked Out Of The Champions’s League

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This is exactly how one can describe Liverpool Exist from the Champions League

In the space of a week, the Reds have gone out of the FA Cup at Chelsea and now their European crown has been knocked off their heads in the Anfield arena that has been a fortress under manager Jurgen Klopp.

This was a chastening, painful night. Liverpool laid siege to Atletico's goal but failed to land the knockout blow – and they then paid the price as deputy goalkeeper Adrian's error put the skids under them after they finally held the lead in a tie that lived on a knife-edge.

Liverpool welcomed Atletico Madrid to Anfield this yesterday evening hoping to overturn a 1-0 deficit in the Champions League first knockout round.

Saul Niguez scored the only goal of the game at the Wanda Metropolitano last month leaving Jurgen Klopp and his side with a fightback required to continue the defence of their crown.

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Sadly, it was not to be. Liverpool were 1-0 up after 90 minutes from an excellent Gini Wijnaldum goal.

Roberto Firmino doubled the lead in extra time, but Atletico then put three goals past Adrian to secure their passage to the quarter-finals.

Ian Doyle, Paul Gorst and Joe Rimmer were in attendance this evening to provide live build-up, team news and commentary.

Liverpool will always nurse huge disappointment after any Champions League exit, especially after claiming the trophy for the sixth time by beating Tottenham in Madrid in June.

And yes, there will be a sense of anti-climax that they could only reach the last 16 in defence of their crown – but to suggest this bitter loss takes a heavy layer of the gloss off Liverpool's campaign when it does eventually end is nonsense.

Liverpool has not quite had that relentless intensity that carried all before them since they returned from the winter break in mid-February, but for a large part of this tie, Klopp's side was right back to their best.

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