Liverpool marched through Munich en route to a place in the Champions League quarter-finals, beating Bayern Munich 3-1.

After the 0-0 draw at Anfield, Liverpool headed to Germany looking to send a message to the rest of Europe, their appearance in last year’s final was no fluke. Klopp and company put down a marker against Bayern and no other side left in the competition will look forward to drawing the Reds.

The first-half started slowly, as the home side tried to shorten the match and pick a moment. Eventually, the match started to open up. Then, in the 26th minute, Sadio Mane scored a goal so good, the only shame was it did not stand alone.

Only 13 minutes later, Joel Matip turned in an unfortunate own goal, taking some of the gloss off an otherwise dominant display. There was little the centre-half could do and failing to act would have seen Robert Lewandowski score.

Liverpool returned for a second-half with a controlled urgency that would eventually get rewarded. Despite one significant chance that flashed across Liverpool’s goal, Bayern’s attack never really threatened. Before too long Virgil van Dijk drove a header home and Mane added another. It was as dominant display as the Reds have mustered in recent weeks.

Here are four findings from the match.