Take a look at Mane's superlative goal from half-a-dozen angles in the video above.
"Liverpool's self-awareness now must be: 'We are back".
All four English teams that entered the competition are still alive - and it means half of the quarterfinalists will be Premier League teams for the first time since the 2008-09 season, when Liverpool, Chelsea, Man United and Arsenal all reached the last eight.
" We will see what we can do with it but it's still fantastic for us that LFC as a club, we really are back for the last games of worldwide top football". I'm really happy about the result.
"Me and Joel did well, he didn't score so its always a good thing but he's a fantastic striker and he's shown it down the years".
GETTY IMAGESVirgil van Dijk outjleaps the Bayern defence to head in Liverpool's second goal from James Milner's cross
Speaking after the match to Sky Sports, as quoted by Goal, Kovac claimed: "We had a strong opponent and we have to congratulate Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp". "Hopefully that continues for the rest of the season".
Bayern went above Dortmund and back to the top of the Bundesliga last weekend for the first time since September.
"I thought it was a good performance away from home in Europe against a good team", Milner added.
"We defended pretty well, didn't give them too much, and the front three [of Mane, Salah and Roberto Firmino] were outstanding again".
Barcelona and Liverpool both progressed to the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League after 5-1 and 3-1 aggregate victories over Olympique Lyon and Bayern Munich respectively.
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