Jurgen Klopp once again brought Liverpool to the semifinals. This time the Carabao Cup semifinals 2021/2022.

Liverpool beat Leicester City in the 2021/2022 Carabao Cup quarter-final duel, Thursday (12/23/2021). The tough duel resulted in a 3-3 draw for 90 minutes, the match went to a penalty shootout and Liverpool won 5-4.

After beating Leicester City, Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool have now confirmed their place in the League Cup semi-finals.

Their upcoming game against Arsenal will be the sixth time Klopp has been involved in a major competition semi-final with Liverpool.

Let’s flashback Liverpool’s five semifinal matches with Jurgen Klopp, adapted from Planet Football .

2016 League Cup

The Reds won 1-0 and went on to record a 6-1 away win at Southampton in the fifth round to qualify for the semifinals.

Jordan Ibe’s strike gave them a 1-0 away win at Stoke in the first leg, but Marko Arnatovic scored the only goal at Anfield to take the game to penalties.

Liverpool came out victorious after they scored six of seven penalties and Simon Mignolet saved spot-kicks from Peter Crouch and Marc Muniesa.

Europa League 2015/2016
Performance Liverpool inconsistent in the league in the 2015/2016 Europa League makes Klopp priority because they want to secure tickets for the Champions League.

After progressing through the group stage, they eliminated FC Augsburg, Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund before drawing against Villarreal in the semifinals.

In the first leg in Spain, Adrian Lopez scored the winner in injury time for the hosts.

At Anfield, Liverpool equalized on aggregate through a Bruno Soriano own goal before Daniel Sturridge and Adam Lallana completed the win.

In the final, Liverpool lost to Sevilla.

2016/2017 League Cup

They drew against Southampton and Nathan Redmond’s goal gave the Saints a first-leg win at St Mary’s.

With the hosts looking for an equaliser, Southampton took the lead in stoppage time and Shane Long scored to make it 2-0 on aggregate.

Liverpool were eliminated.

2018 Champions League
After signing Mohamed Salah, Andrew Robertson and Virgil van Dijk, Liverpool’s performance leveled up during 2017/2018.

The Reds finished top of their Champions League group and reached the semifinals by beating Porto and Manchester City.

Jurgen Klopp’s troops did not meet Real Madrid and Bayern Munich. They played against AS Roma.

Despite losing 2-4 at the Stadio Olimpico after two late goals to Radja Nainggolan, Liverpool are still 7-6 on aggregate and reached their first Champions League final since 2007.

In the final, they lost 1-3 to Real Madrid.

Champions League 2018/2019
After losing in the 2018/2019 Champions League final to Real Madrid, Liverpool desperately wanted to do better in 2019.

They reached the semifinals for the second season in a row but their dreams came true when Barcelona beat them 0-3 at the Camp Nou in the first leg.

Liverpool, who were without Salah and the injured Firmino for the return leg at Anfield, needed a miracle to reach the final.

With the aggregate score tied at 3-3, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Origi scored both goals in the match.

By Chel