Lionel Messi faces off with angry Barcelona fans after Liverpool demolition

Lionel Messi faces off with angry Barcelona fans after Liverpool demolition

- Lionel Messi attacked by angry Barcelona fans at the airport after Liverpool massacre

- The Spanish League failed to build on their 3-0 first leg win after conceding four goals at Anfield on the night

- Two goals each from Origi and Wijnaldum sealed the win for Jurgen Klopp's men as they reach their second straight Champions League final on a row

Lionel Messi was reportedly involved in a face off with a few angry Barcelona fans after their Champions League ouster.

Two goals each from Divock Origi and Georginio Wijnaldum saw the Reds completed another heroic comebacks in the history of the competition.

The Premier League outfit progressed to their second straight final 4-3 on aggregate after losing the first leg 3-0 at the Camp Nou a week ago.

SunSport however reports that the Argentine superstar confronted the furious supporters before been whisked away by his personal body guard and manager Pepe Costa.

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Meanwhile, a few other fans also at the airport commended the 31-year-old, who arrived at the airport alone after missing the team's bus on the night.

It was also reported that Messi was asked to undergo an anti-doping test at Anfield after the defeat which left him out of his teammate's company on the night.

Meanwhile, Luis Suarez has slammed Barca's defenders for their poor defending that made the team shipped in four goals.

He said: "For their fourth goal we looked like schoolboys, we have to be ready for all the criticism that is going to rain down on us now.

"We are very sad, we are in a lot of pain, we feel this pain even though we are professionals.

"We have to do a lot of self criticism because this is the second time that the same thing has happened to us.

"We cannot commit the same mistake two years in a row, there are many things we need to consider and think about.

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"They (Liverpool) did what they wanted to do, which was to score early. They believed from the first minute to the last.

"I do not know if it's a matter of attitude, but we're in Barcelona, ​​we can not get two goals in a row. The fourth is a goal by kids." earlier reported that two goals each from Divock Origi and Georginio Wijnaldum saw Liverpool outclass Barcelona in their Champions League clash

The Reds reach their second straight UCL final after beating the Spanish League side 4-3 on aggregate.

This comes barely one week after the Catalans subjected Jurgen Klopp's side to 3-0 defeat at the Camp Nou. ( -> We have updated to serve you better

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