Martin Tyler’s commentary on Liverpool 4-0 Barcelona criticised for not doing the game justice

Liverpool fans weren't happy with Martin Tyler's commentary

Liverpool needed a miracle against Barcelona on Tuesday night.

The Reds were staring at a Champions League exit after a 3-0 defeat to Barcelona in their first leg.

Liverpool were also without two important players, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino, going into the second leg.

But despite being up against all the odds, they pulled off a miraculous comeback.

Divock Origi's opener after just seven minutes gave them hope, before Georginio Wijnaldum's quick-fire double in the second half restored parity.

Origi would then provide the winner after striking home a clever corner from Trent Alexander-Arnold.

It really was an incredible night at Anfield.

Liverpool had pulled off one of the best comebacks in Champions League history.

But one person that didn't sound entirely impressed was Martin Tyler.

Divock Origi celebrates his winner against Barcelona

Tyler doesn't have the best reputation with Liverpool fans.

Many supporters of the club have previously branded him 'anti-Liverpool' for some of his commentary in the past.

And they are saying exactly the same thing after his commentary on Tuesday.

Watch his commentary from the game below:

While there's nothing wrong with what Tyler is saying, he isn't saying it in the most enthusiastic of tones.

Many Liverpool fans were annoyed at the 73-year-old and believe it's yet another example of him being biased against the club.

Many Liverpool fans were also annoyed about how enthusiastic he sounded when he commentated on Vincent Kompany's goal against Leicester on Monday - a goal that had huge implications for the Reds.

Kompany's long range screamer had Tyler screaming, which you can watch below:

The contrast from his reaction to Kompany's goal and his commentary from the Liverpool comeback is plain to see.

Maybe Liverpool supporters do have reason to complain...

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