There were mixed emotions in the European papers on Thursday morning, as publications from Italy and Spain reacted to Liverpool's Champions League win.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, there was an element of bitterness as publications based in Italy wrote about their Roma side crashing out 7-6 on aggregate.
Corriere dello Sport led with the headline 'Another Injustice!' before noting that Eusebio Di Francesco's side have their heads 'held so high' after the game.
Corriere dello Sport and La Gazzetta dello Sport were both disappointed with Roma's result
Barcelona-based Mundo Deportivo, on the other hand, were full of praise for Jurgen Klopp
Roma won 4-2 on the night but it was not enough to overturn the first-leg deficit, and they had two huge penalty shouts waved away.
In fact, Corriere claim there were 'yet more refereeing errors against an Italian club', and 'two clear penalties not given'.
La Gazzetta dello Sport, meanwhile, claim the tie was 'poisoned' by the penalty they were denied and the