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Who could forget this moment? Divock Origi scored 'that' fourth goal for Liverpool as they did the unthinkable to qualify for the Champions League final, but it was made even better with the Titanic music.
Wouldn't it be marvellous if you could rewatch the best things you do in life with the Titanic music being played over the top of it to add extra drama? That's the life that all footballers lead in this modern era thanks to social media.
It wouldn't be too much of a stretch to imagine that Divock Origi will never score a more important goal than the one he bagged in last year's Champions League clash.
The Liverpool striker started in the second leg of the Champions League semi final against Barcelona, with Mo Salah and Roberto Firmino out injured.
The English team needed to comeback from 3-0 down to get through to the final and Origi scored after seven minutes to get the ball rolling.
Georginio Wijnaldum added a brace in the second half but the Reds needed another to go through.
With 11 minutes to go Trent Alexander Arnold supplied a brilliant corner for Origi to bag his second- cue Twitter and the Titanic:
No one had given Liverpool a chance of going through after the first leg, despite Klopp's side playing very well in the first leg, but it wasn't the first time they staged a remarkable comeback in Europe.
On top of the hosts' history of doing the seemingly impossible their visitors also have a recent history of throwing away a three goal first leg lead.
In 2018, Barca had led Roma 4-1 after the first leg only to be knocked out on away goals in Italy.
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