The boys deserve it, come on, the campaign.
"As a club, and on behalf of Sean's family, we would like to express our appreciation for the huge number of messages and gestures of support from across our local community and beyond".
"Do we have the widest squad in world football in the moment?"
AS Roma kept it a close and tidy affair but in the end, the writing was on the wall the for the Liverpool faithful.
Not when no one could have imagined that Mohamed Salah would develop into a scorer to rival Lionel Messi.
Rome authorities have sealed off some of the city's most famous monuments to protect them from vandalism as thousands of Liverpool fans gather ahead of their club's Champions League match against Roma.
But Firmino's mouthwatering statistics are just one aspect of why Carragher has been raving about the Brazilian, with the former England international adding that Jürgen Klopp's system is perfectly suited for the Liverpool striker. His crosses were dangerous, but couldn't find their way into the path of any of the forwards, he defensively dealt with pace well and offered himself for the overlap well.
"Dream final? I think people in Munich and Rome might disagree with that!" the German boss said.
Georginio Wijnaldum netted Liverpool's second - his first away goal for the club. They threw everything at us and we've done brilliant. I just hope his career at Roma kicks on next year and hopefully he can get a full season under his belt. (Getty Images) Karim Benzema, Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo scored 28 Champions League goals in 2013-14.
The Reds celebrated after the game and unveiled a banner in dedication to fan Sean Cox, who remains in an induced coma after being attacked by Roma fans before the first leg at Anfield. "The last 45 minutes was hard work".
"We are all-inclusive, sometimes I like it, sometimes I don't need it and tonight after the game I'm okay with it. No. We don't have it. That is quite difficult but that this group went to final is exceptional", he added. I see no trophies after these games. That tie wasn't here for a long time, it was here a good time. Going to a final is really nice but winning is even nicer.
Klopp had said he "really hoped everyone can walk to the stadium and look forward to an intense, fantastic and very important football game". He couldn't quite repeat his Barcelona heroics, but the fans will appreciate his efforts regardless of the scoreline.