As Liverpool applauded the away supporters at the Estadio La Ceramica, having booked their place in a 10th European Cup final – and a third in five years – Luis Diaz looked overcome with emotion.
The Colombian needed a moment to wipe away tears of joy as he looked up at the travelling fans. It was dawning on Diaz what this moment meant – he’s reached the pinnacle of the club game, and played a starring role in Liverpool’s journey to the Paris final.
Hailing from one of the poorest regions in Colombia, La Guajira, as a member of the indigenous Wayuu tribe, Diaz’s rise to the top is already an unlikely tale. But that’s nothing new at Liverpool.
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