Liverpool’s Keita out for the season

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But Luis Suarez's opener was followed by a Lionel Messi double to tip the tie in Barca's favour.

Van Dijk instead ordered substitute Xherdan Shaqiri to take an in-swinging free-kick and the decision made all the difference.

Neville said: "I'm glad we've seen that because we often sit here and say that players don't alter things. We still have to go to a very hard stadium, the atmosphere is great, but we are very happy with tonight". We won't give up. But he will stay here with us.

Origi, who also scored a 96th-minute victor to beat Everton in the Merseyside derby in December, Shaqiri and Daniel Sturridge have made important contributions in a supporting role to a club record points tally for Liverpool this season.

The clash at Camp Nou saw Van Dijk come up against Messi and, despite seeing Barca's No. 10 score twice, the Netherlands global said he enjoyed the challenge.

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"I hope Leo plays on until he's 45!".

"Incredible, incredible attitude. Messi is phenomenal, but to have next to him that kind of player, that can - it's not the word I want to use - do the dirty work".

"It's similar to a year ago, we also have a three-goal advantage, but look what happened then", Valverde said.

The defence also played a key role, holding strong when Liverpool pressed forward, with goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen again producing a great performance and making a few important saves to keep Klopp's team from getting a vital away goal. If you see him training... next season will be his season, his first real season. It tells me that they do not have enough quality in the squad.

The result leaves Liverpool with a two-point advantage over Manchester City but Pep Guardiola's team have two games remaining, including Monday's home match with Leicester City, while Liverpool have just one - their final game at home to Wolves.