BT Sport Showing Four Incredible Liverpool 'European Nights' On Sunday
Liverpool are synonymous with famous nights in Europe and on Sunday night you'll be able to watch four of them back to back thanks to BT Sport.
There's something about Anfield and the singing of 'You'll Never Walk Alone' that creates magic on a night when a European team visits Merseyside.
On Sunday night fans will be able to rewatch two of the most special of those nights in recent times alongside two games at a neutral venue that were just as special.
BT Sport will show Liverpool's topsy turvy Europa League quarter final against Borussia Dortmund in 2016 followed by last season's incredible comeback against Barcelona, both from Anfield.
After that will be the Reds' two most recent Champions League final wins, against AC Milan in Istanbul and finishing with the win against Spurs last June.
:red_circle: Liverpool x European Nights :red_circle:- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) April 11, 2020
We've got your Sunday sorted :punch:
:clock6: 6pm: Liverpool v Dortmund
:clock7: 7pm: Liverpool v Barcelona
:clock8: 8pm: Milan v Liverpool
:clock830: 8.30pm: Spurs v Liverpool
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Unfortunately it's only extended highlights, with each game only being on for an hour, but there's a lot of highlights in each match to keep you thoroughly entertained.
Three of the four games include some incredible comebacks and there's drama and goals a plenty with 19 goals across the four games.
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Against Dortmund, Klopp's team looked down and out after conceding two away goals in the first 10 minutes but Dejan Lovren's injury time winner kicked off wild scenes of celebration.
The games against Barcelona and Milan could easily compete to be the best comebacks of all time in the Champions League, with the match in Istanbul possibly nicking it due to being the final.
Despite that Trent Alexander-Arnold's quick thinking for the corner that led to the winner against Barca last year probably constitutes as the best single moment in all four games.
Finally the marathon finishes with a game that was ironically over in the first minute pretty much, with the Reds incredibly winning a penalty and scoring it inside the first 60 seconds against Spurs in last season's final.
BT will be showing both the win against Barca and the final against their fellow Premier League side in full in coming weeks as they have been replaying last year's tournament from the quarter final stages.
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