Roma vs Liverpool Live Stream info, TV channel: How to watch Champions League semifinal on TV, stream online,The second leg of the Champions League semi-final between Roma and Liverpool, at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome.
The Champions League match between Roma and Liverpool will be broadcast live on FS1. Live streaming is available on Fox Sports Go, which you can access with your cable or satellite subscription, either online or through their app.
Date: Wednesday, May 2
Start Time: 2:45 p.m. ET
Location: Rome, Italy
Stadium: Stadio Olimpico
TV info: FS1
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Roma hosts Liverpool on Wednesday in the second leg of their Champions League semifinal matchup.
In the first leg, Liverpool jumped out to blistering 5-0 start at home behind two goals apiece from Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino. Sadio Mane also added a goal for the Reds, but Roma countered with two late away goals to give themselves a shot in the second leg.
Roma shocked the world by defeating Barcelona 3-0 at home in the quarterfinals to advance via the away goals tiebreaker. Kostas Manolas scored the game-winner for the Italian giants in the 82nd minute, as Roma completed one of the best Champions League comebacks ever after being down 4-1 in the first leg. It’ll take another comeback like that to keep its run going.
Liverpool dominated English rival Manchester City over two legs to advance to the semifinal. Jurgen Klopp’s side defeated City 3-0 at home in the first leg before securing a 2-1 victory away from home in the second leg to advance. Salah, the PFA player of the year, will look to continue his success against Roma–his former club.
Liverpool jumped out to a 5-0 lead in the first leg against Roma behind Mohamed Salah’s two goals. The second leg moves to Rome with the English side holding a commanding lead, with Salah returning to face his former team. However, Roma proved in the last round that they can complete massive comebacks, beating Barcelona 3-0 to advance to the semifinals. Roma will again need to win by three goals if they want to advance.
Eusebio Di Francesco elected to rotate most of his squad over the weekend as Roma defeated Chievo 4-1. In the second leg against Barcelona, Di Francesco went to a back three for the first time all season. The formation change paid off and Di Francesco might decide to go back to a back three against Liverpool. Roma scored two late away goals to give them life in the second leg. Edin Dzeko scored in the first leg and twice over the weekend, giving him 23 goals in all competitions. Roma need Dzeko to be one of the best players on Wednesday if they are going to come back again.