• Liverpool produced stunning comeback to beat Borussia Dortmund 
  • The German club were vocal on Twitter throughout the pulsating clash 
  • But Dortmund were humble in defeat following the final whistle at Anfield 

Adam Smith For Mailonline

It was a night to forget for Borussia Dortmund after being victims of yet another memorable Liverpool comeback; with their Twitter providing some golden entertainment.

After going 3-1 up with 57 minutes played, everything looked rosy for Thomas Tuchel’s men until Jurgen Klopp inspired his side to victory.

So here, Sportsmail looks back at Dortmund’s Twitter timeline throughout the 90 minutes… 

Dejan Lovren celebrates after scoring the injury-time winner for Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool side

Dejan Lovren celebrates after scoring the injury-time winner for Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool side

1) It started so well for the German side as Henrikh Mkhitaryan opened the scoring from close range at Anfield. 

2) The game looked as good as over when top-scorer Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang broke clear and finished with an aplomb; to leave Anfield and Jurgen Klopp stunned.

3) No. It was clear that the Dortmund’s confidence was dwindling as Divock Origi poked home to pull one back and gave Anfield a wake-up call. 

4) But the nerves didn’t last long and the German side’s Twitter was soon full of beans after Marco Reus slotted past Simon Mignolet. 

5) Cue the fightback. Dortmund appear to have a photo for every occasion and judging by the shock of Reus’ face, their Twitter couldn’t quite believe it when Philippe Coutinho smashed in the second. 

6) Uh-oh. Squeaky bum-time for Thomas Tuchel’s men as Mamadou Sakho finds himself in acres of space inside the box to head home the equaliser.  

7) The excitement from earlier in the game was now a distant memory for Dortmund, as Liverpool continued to bombard the box. 

8) The Bundesliga title hopefuls are never ones to be boring on-and-off-the-pitch and even have their own hashtag for when things get nervy.

9) No.No.No. Dortmund can’t believe it, Anfield can’t believe it and we’re not sure Liverpool can believe it either after Dejan Lovren heads home an injury time winner to send the home side through. 

10) They think it’s all over, it is now.  

11) Despite the heartbreak, the club were gracious in defeat as the relationship between the two passionate clubs continues to grow. 

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