Liverpool equals Manchester United in the number of times qualified for the Champions League semi-finals

Liverpool equals Manchester United in the number of times qualified for the Champions League semi-finals

The Liverpool team, professional in its Egyptian squad, Mohamed Salah, has equaled the number of its counterpart Manchester United in the number of times to qualify for the Champions League semi-finals.

The Reds qualified for the semi-finals after a 3-3 positive draw against Benfica, which was held on Wednesday evening at “Anfield”, the Reds’ stronghold, in the second leg of the Champions League quarter-finals for the current season 2021-2022.

Liverpool has reached the semi-finals of the Champions League for the 12th time, and no English team has reached this role more than it, equal to Manchester United.

With this qualification, Liverpool hit a fiery rendezvous with Villarreal, who defeated his German counterpart Bayern Munich, 2-1, with a total of two matches.

The Champions League semi-final first leg match against Villarreal will take place at Anfield on April 27, while the return match will be played at La Ceramica in Spain on May 4.

The first leg between the two teams ended with Liverpool winning 3-1 in the match that was held between them last week at Benfica Stadium in Portugal, bringing the total of the two matches 6-4 in favor of the Reds, which guarantees qualification for the semi-finals and collides with the Spanish team Villarreal.

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