Manchester City captain and match-winner Vincent Kompany has reacted to his stunning strike that put Pep Guardiola’s side top of the game on Monday night.
Speaking after the match,Kompany told BBC Sport;
“It’s not about the amount of goals you score it’s about when you score them. Today it was necessary. From the very start we had the right intensity to try and win this game.
”Kasper made some important saves and only I could beat him on a day like today! I’m just trying to contribute and today we went one step closer.
“We were putting pressure on, upping the tempo but found the last pass difficult. They defended really well and it was going to take something special. I’m really happy for the team.
”This club, it’s part of how we have been successful to have goals like this, moments like this. We always believe that we have a chance and can play for the last second.
“Every step in the last four months was significant. Liverpool keep making the steps and now we have a final to play in Brighton, Nothing is won yet.”