Jurgen Klopp celebrates with James Milner after Liverpool advance to their first Champions League final in over a decade. / AFP / Isabella BONOTTO
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despite 4-2 loss at RomaLiverpool advanced to their first Champions League final in more than a decade despite a 4-2 loss at Roma Wednesday. Sadio Mane took advantage of a misplaced Roma pass to put Liverpool ahead nine minutes in and Georginio Wijnaldum restored the advantage with a header after an own goal for Roma.Like the first leg, Liverpool was more impressive early on before Roma asserted itself late.Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah, who scored the opening two goals of the first leg and who has 43 goals in 48 appearances in all competitions this season, was held scoreless against his former club.
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