Shaqiri revela read lágrimas de alegría de Liverpool

LONDON: Liverpool Exterior Xherdan Shaqiri They Said Several Of Their Teammates Cried For Joy In The Wardrobe After Their Incredible Champions League Semifinal Of The Victory Over Barcelona.

Jurgen Klopp's side staged one of the greatest fightbacks in Champions League history as they overturned a 3-0 first leg deficit with a remarkable 4-0 victory against Lionel Messi and company on Tuesday.

Shaqiri And His Teammates Celebrated In Front Of Anfield 's Famous Kop Stand Before Returning To The Sanctuary Of The Dressing Room, Where Many Of The Players Were Overcome With Emotion.

According to Swiss star Shaqiri, some could not hold back the tears as the reality of reaching Liverpool 's second successive Champions League final in such unexpected circumstances began to sink in.

" Crazy, Everyone Was Shocked, Like They Could Not Believe It, We Were Making It, Some Of The Guys Were Crying, Me, No, I Was Just So Happy, So Happy To Have Helped," Said Shaqiri, Who Was Making His First Start Since January 30.

" We Have Achieved Something Special, The Manager Did Not Change Things A Lot, I Have Just Told Us To Perform, To Keep Going.

" We Knew Everyone Had Written Us Off Because Of What Happened In The First Leg.

" It Was An Incredible Performance, If You Believe - If You Believe In Life - Anything And Everything Can Happen."

Paying Tribute To Liverpool 's Fans, Who Turned Anfield In A Raucous Sea Of ​​net, Shaqiri Insisted His Team' S Triumph Was The Best Old Stadium Has Ever Seen.

" The Fans, They Pushed Us To The End, They Would Not Let Us Stop." It's So Difficult To Explain What Happened In The Game," He Said.

" We Got What We Deserved, What An Unbelievable Night - Maybe The Best Night There Has Ever Been Here.

" We Knew Everything Could Happen And We Are Really Proud Of What We Have Achieved."

Shaqiri has already won the Champions League with Bayern Munich but desperately wants to lift the trophy with the Reds, who lost last year's final against Real Madrid.

"I have won the Champions League with Bayern Munich and I know what it is like to win this title," he added.

" It Is The Biggest One There Is To Win. It Is The Football Stage In Europe, Everyone Watches You - Everyone Wants The Trophy.

" We Are There In The End And I Want To Win It With Liverpool, After What We Did Against Barcelona, ​​we All Want To Win It.

" But There Is A Long Way To Go. It Is Difficult To Speak About The Final As We Have One More Premier League Game."

And He Said Liverpool Have Not Given Up Hope Of A Twist On The Final Day Of The Premier League Season, Which Could Yet Deliver A First English Title Since 1990.

Liverpool Are One Point Behind Leaders Manchester City, But They Would Be Crowned Champions If They Beat Wolves And Pep Guardiola's Team Fail To Win At Brighton.

" We Want To Finish The Season Well, Man City Have The Lead, They Have To Lose Or Draw And We Have To Win."

"If we don't win the Premier League, at least we have a chance to win the Champions League ."