Liverpool arrived back in England on Thursday afternoon after reaching their first Champions League final since 2007.
The Reds touched down at Liverpool John Lennon Airport at roughly 17.50.
Jurgen Klopp’s side didn’t rush back from Italy and seemingly had the morning off after last being snapped celebrating in the away dressing room at the Stadio Olimpico.
Rather than attracting the attention of the fans and receiving a possible hero’s welcome, Liverpool took a private route out of the airport.
Their stars were snapped however exiting a coach on their way back home.
Despite losing 4-2 on the night, Liverpool’s first leg lead was enough to see them through to the final.
Sadio Mane opened the scoring before James Milner’s calamitous own goal levelled the second tie.
Georginio Wijnaldum restored the visitor’s lead giving Liverpool a strong advantage heading into half-time.
Roma came out strong in the second half and scored three goals to win the second leg 4-2, but their rally came to late.
Klopp’s men will now face off against Real Madrid in Kiev, Ukraine, on May 26.
Following the clash against Roma, the German said: “We were in League Cup final, we didn’t win it. People don’t tell me in the street since then: ‘Thank you for bringing us to the final.’ We were in Europa League final, nobody tells me that. I see no trophies after these games.
“They don’t hang silver medals at Melwood. That’s a pity, that’s the game. There’s still a job to do but that’s how it is. Going to a final is really nice but winning is even nicer.
“It was the first time we were not at our best so we needed luck but after this Champions League campaign we deserved it. It was 7-6 on aggregate which sounds crazy because it is crazy. It has been an amazing journey…now we go to Kiev and it is crazy.”
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