Atletico Madrid were impressive at Anfied on Wednesday as they knock defending Champion, Liverpool out of the Champions League after a 3-2 draw.
The first leg was 1-0 in favour of Atletico Madrid, with the Spanish team going through on 4-2 aggregate.
Liverpool mounted the pressure right from the blast of the whistle but a resilient Atletico defence stopped them.
But the home side broke the deadlock on 43 minutes with a Georginio Wijnaldum’s goal.
A perfect lofted pass from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain found Wijnaldum , who jumped highest and steered a close-range header into the left side of the goal. His effort was both strong and precise, and Jan Oblak had no chance of stopping that.
Atletico had a goal disallowed on added time. With the match ending 1-1, the extra-time sets in.
Roberto Firmino gave Liverpool what looked like to have secured their qualification to the next stage when he made it 2-0 for the home side on 94th minute.
A rebound wrong footed everyone except Roberto Firmino and he slammed the ball into the open net from close range.
A goalkeeping blunder cost Liverpool, as Atletico silenced the crowded stadium, with a goal from Marcos Llorente on 97th minute.
Joao Felix teed up Marcos Llorente on the edge of the box and he fired the ball into the bottom right corner.
With the aggregate tying on 2-2, Liverpool needed to score to qualify, but it was the visitors who scored a heart-breaking goal.
Alvaro Morata slipped the ball to Marcos Llorente on the edge of the box and he found the right side of the net with a great effort. The score is 2-2 and 3-2 on aggregate in favour of Atletico Madrid.