It was Wijnaldum’s second goal of the season and his first since October.
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Liverpool reached the Champions League final for the first time in 11 years after a 7-6 aggregate win against Roma Wednesday.The moment Klopp realized he was about to achieve his ambition came in the 25th minute when Georginio Wijnaldum headed Liverpool's second to leave Roma needing to score four.Having outwitted Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola in the quarterfinals, Klopp – drawing on the knowledge gleaned from leading Borussia Dortmund to the 2013 final – outmaneuvered Roma boss Eusebio Di Francesco so emphatically in the first leg that even Roma's late goal blitz in the return wasn't enough to stop the Reds setting up a repeat of the 1981 final.Roma were the only team not to concede a goal at home in the Champions League this season, yet within nine minutes Liverpool had torn through the hosts' poorly organized defense.
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