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He only had the goalkeeper to beat from 15 yards, but could only send his effort flying over the crossbar.
Liverpool started the second half on the front foot as they searched for the all-important away goal and Marc-Andre Ter Stegen was called into action.
He denied Milner twice - once with a curling effort and the second a fierce drive into his hands - and got down low to keep out a Mohamed Salah effort in between.
Lionel Messi has now scored goals for Barcelona Liverpool are the 76th team he has scored past for Barca Scored his 1st senior goal 14 years ago today in La Liga win v Albacete, May 1st Has reached senior club goals in games fewer than Cristiano Ronaldo: pic.
But for all of Liverpool's possession and pressure in the second period, it was Barcelona who doubled their lead in the 75th minute.
Suarez's initial effort hammered against the crossbar but Messi was waiting to roll the rebounded ball home with Alisson well off his line.
It was a moment of sheer class from Messi in the 82nd minute as he netted Barcelona's third and bought up his th goal for the club.
He lined up a free-kick from 25 yards out after a foul from Fabinho on the Argentine and he got the delivery inch-perfect as he curled the ball around the Liverpool wall and into the top corner.
Liverpool gave their hosts a scare not long after, though, as Firmino raced down the field, getting a pass around Ter Stegen, but his shot was cleared off the line by Gerard Pique.
Salah was waiting with a tap-in from eight yards, but he could only find the post as Barcelona saw out their victory. Could it be anyone else? Once again, Messi pulls his team towards glory and his free-kick was nothing short of masterful.
It was his th for Barcelona - 14 years to the day since his first senior goal - and they Catalan side look unstoppable with him on the field.
Our man in Spain, Michael Hincks, adds: "He looked in the mood from the get go, at times dribbling past Liverpool players for fun, and as the visitors pressed in the second half, it was Messi who delivered the double blow, reacting quickest when Suarez's effort hit the bar before scoring a vintage free-kick.
Messi's - when, where and how? Jurgen Klopp: "It's OK to lose away in the Champions League as long as you score a goal, we didn't and that's a problem.
To the real deal, I say. AND SO SAY WE ALL. Haters and trolls, take a day off. Absolutely delighted for this English team. Tonight I was a Liverpool fan.
Okay everybody we all had our fun when they lost the first leg. But let's all put our rivalries and hatred aside and congratulate Liverpool on a magnificent performance!
Well done Liverpool! From a Man U fan. Manchester United fan here. Every decent Manchester United fan sends Liverpool its congratulations on an astounding win.
Congratulations Liverpool. One of the greatest teams in the world. SUPERB WIN! Brilliant Brilliant Liverpool against all odds deliver a masterclass victory.
Simply outstanding against all odds. You simply couldn't have made it up Brilliant Brilliant. UP UP UP Arrow if you are a happy happy Liverpool fan.
Amazing Liverpool you wanted it so much that you got it! Stunning performance and I hope that Spurs pull it out the bag also tomorrow.
So happy for your team, manager and fans. Liverpool we are jealous but also are in love with you tonight.
Hope we reach such heights soon too. MUFC fan. Fantastic result. Hope to see you in the final. Congratulations, Liverpool. Great game, great victory, fully deserved-from a City fan.
Okay, credit where it's due to Liverpool, I was not expecting that. What a game. Well done Liverpool from all of england. Well done and hope Liverpool win it now as will be thoroughly deserved.
Must say support was incredible! Free Willy. I'm a firm man u fan, always have been, but go on Liverpool, absolutely brilliant. We are Yorkshire men but back in the day we used to go to Anfield because we lived near Liverpool and my dad worked with a lot of scousers.
Two members of Barcelona's first team staff have tested positive for coronavirus, the Catalan club announced on Monday Barcelona presidential candidate Joan Laporta said there was still time to make "a convincing proposal" to Lionel Messi, whose contract with the club expires in June Barcelona midfielder Philippe Coutinho has undergone left knee surgery and will be sidelined for "around three months," the club revealed on Saturday Report an error Print.
Champions League. Europa League. That was his th goal for the Spanish giants. Liverpool came agonisingly close to a potentially crucial away goal when Roberto Firmino's strike was cleared off the line, before Salah somehow struck the post rather than scoring with the follow-up.
Barcelona's Ousmane Dembele should have put the tie out of the Premier League side's reach in the closing seconds, but he scuffed it straight at Alisson from a few yards out.
What more could Klopp ask of his men in the second leg on Tuesday BST kick-off at Anfield after a display where they constantly probed and pressured the competition favourites?
Maybe some luck could have gone their way. Sadio Mane, with 15 goals in his past 18 games, shot well over from eight yards out after he was found by Jordan Henderson's ball from the right in the first half.
And in their period of domination after the interval, Ter Stegen was at full stretch to push away Milner's shot before the German dived low to his right to make a one-handed stop from Salah's drive.
Liverpool refused to let their heads drop after Messi's mini-show. However, they must have thought the gods are not shining on them this year after both Firmino and Salah missed clear-cut chances you would have put money on them to score.
The Reds have been known to produce miracles with a deficit. They will need to produce another next week. This was the La Liga champions at their most fluid - a supreme example of unpredictable, attacking football with the frontline of Messi, Suarez and Philippe Coutinho all on the same wavelength.
Perhaps more importantly for coach Ernesto Valverde, his defence - disjointed at times against Manchester United in the last eight - was far more resolute against a more fearsome attack.
After a period of pressure, they took the lead in the 26th minute when Suarez ran in behind Joel Matip and steered in Jordi Alba's excellent diagonal through-ball.
The Catalan side conceded possession after the break but, bar those two efforts from Milner and Salah, looked comfortable - before Messi relieved the pressure on his backline with two goals in a seven-minute spell.
His opener came slightly fortuitously to him after Suarez tried to capitalise on Matip's unintended through-ball. That was goal number for the club, so it was only fitting that the next one was something special - a free-kick that looked to be heading for the top corner as soon as it left his boot.
Substitute Dembele should have put the tie completely beyond the Reds but, like Mane, lacked accuracy with the goal in front of him. Formation Match ends, Barcelona 3, Liverpool 0.
Second Half ends, Barcelona 3, Liverpool 0.