“It’s impossible… but now you’re thinking, can it happen?”
Liverpool moved to within eight games of “immortality” in the shape of an unprecedented quadruple after beating Villarreal 2-0 in the Champions League semi-final first leg.
The only negative for the Reds was that they should have won by more in a completely convincing performance.
Their goals came in quick succession through a Pervis Estupinan own goal and Sadio Mane.
The winners will face either Liverpool’s Premier League title rivals Manchester City or La Liga champions-elect Real Madrid in the final.
So can the Reds really win all four trophies, what did boss Jurgen Klopp make of the win and do Villarreal have a chance at home next week?