How twitter reacted to another stunning Liverpool comeback

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Having somehow beaten Borussia Dortmund 4-3 from being 3-1 down on a barmy night in Europe, Liverpool fans are already comparing the feat to the greatest comeback in their history; the 2004/05 Champions League final. Here is how twitter reacted.

Easy to forget that things were looking so bleak after 10 minutes as this tweet from Gary Lineker
reveals

Then it begins…Luis Garcia, a man who was part of the ‘Instanbul miracle’, is delighted for his
former teammates when Origi nets early in the second half

The Liverpool Echo’s live coverage captures the moment the scores went level on the night
as the feeling grew that something special was occuring

BT Sport’s tweet showing the moment Lovren sent Anfield into pandemonium appeared to
get a lot of love

Mail Sport conjures a neat visual timeline of how the double comeback unfolded after
Liverpool were twice left requiring three goals in the tie

News filters through that a couple keeping tabs on the game in hospital choose to name
their son Dejan in celebration of Lovren’s winner

The Liverpool players rightly take their bow

The manager was jumping for joy…

Later on Gary Lineker was clearly impressed with the Reds’ rousing response to going 3-1 down

As was fellow pundit Robbie Savage…

The morning after the night before, BT Sport presenter Jake Humphrey sums up the craziness


Once it has all sank in, Liverpool fans are left feeling a million dollars on Friday morning

Liverpool fans are still in such shock a new hashtag “#LFCBVB still can’t believe it” is full of tweets like this

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