Liverpool remain in contention for a historic quadruple this season after beating Manchester City 3-2 to reach the FA Cup final on Saturday at the iconic Wembley Stadium.
Jurgen Klopp’s men started the match stronger and took the lead when Ibrahima Konate headed the Reds in front from a corner.
Sadio Mane doubled for the Reds after City’s goalkeeper, Zack Steffen failed to clear the ball off his half, having appeared to have lingered on the ball for too long, allowing Mane to close him down with a slide tackle to score.
Liverpool continued to dominate play in the first half and took a 3-0 lead when Mane fired a spectacular volley past the despairing dive of Steffen.
City Manager Pep Guardiola needed a reaction from his side in the second half and got it almost immediately after the restart.
Club-record signing Jack Grealish scoring just his fifth goal this season to reduce the deficit.
Gabriel Jesus was then denied twice by Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson as City pushed for further goals.
And they would set up a nervy finish when Bernardo Silva scored in the first of four added minutes.
Despite huge pressure from City, Liverpool held on to book their place in the FA Cup final on May 14, where they will face either Chelsea or Crystal Palace.
The last time Liverpool reached the FA Cup final was in the 2011/12 season as they were beaten 2-1 by Chelsea.