"The Sun": "Disgraced Reds bungle two-goal lead and crash in worst Champions League defeat at Anfield. As a night of history and comedy turned to humiliation and terror, all Jurgen Klopp could do was the rubble of his Anfield empire."
"Daily Mail": "Anfield is a place where other teams can catch up, but not Liverpool. Anfield is actually, especially on Champions League nights, a place where Liverpool destroy their opponents' dreams, not the other way around. ""
"Guardian": "It was Liverpool that broke at the first sign of turbulence, which began after the first goal of the night by their nemesis, Vinícius Júnior. It was the 21st minute, and the extent of the home side's collapse was laid thereafter the fractures that had framed a difficult season."
"Daily Mirror": "It was the first time that Liverpool had ever conceded five goals at Anfield in a Champions League game and it has completely dashed their hopes of winning the Champions League for the first time since 2019."
'Marca': "Anfield succumbs to the spell of Real Madrid. The club has put its Champions League winners stamp on the most mythical venue in English football."
'As': "Anfield was Vinícius at his feet. The Brazilian was the best player on a historic night: he scored twice, fouled the third and assisted Karim Benzema."
'El País': "Sometimes Madrid doesn't seem like Real. The most amazing team in history never stops surprising. What happened in Liverpool makes big comebacks in Chamartín look like a joke."
"Mundo Deportivo": "Real Madrid have a foot and a half in the quarter-finals of the Champions League. The return leg on March 15 at the Bernabéu is still pending, but after the goal celebration against Liverpool at Anfield, Ancelotti's team would have to do very badly not to be in to get to the next round."