Liverpool midfielder Emre Can left Anfield on crutches wearing a protective boot following his side's stunning Europa League comeback against Borussia Dortmund.

After falling 3-1 down after 57 minutes, goals from Philippe Coutinho, Mamadou Sakho and Dejan Lovren saw Jurgen Klopp's stage a stunning turnaround to book their place in the semi-finals of the competition after a 5-4 aggregate win on Thursday (14 April).

Can was a driving force in midfield on the night, laying on an assist for Origi, but was forced off with 10 minutes of the match remaining after he was hurt challenging a header from a corner kick.

The Germany Under-21 international appeared after the match to speak to the press but did so standing on crutches. Liverpool are yet to comment on the 22-year-old's injury but it could prove to be an additional headache for Klopp ahead of the season run-in with captain Jordan Henderson expected to miss the remainder of the campaign after suffering a knee ligament injury.

Despite his knock, Can was in a jovial mood after seeing his side's thrilling comeback.

"You don't experience an evening like that too often, I just can't take it in yet," Can said post-match, ESPN report. "Respect for every member of our team. It is unique. I am proud to be part of this team. We also didn't play that bad in the first half, every one of us believed we could get through in the second half. That is also the reason why we turned the game around."

Liverpool joined holders Sevilla, Villarreal and Shakhtar Donetsk in the draw for the semi-finals of the Europa League, which takes place in Nyon, Switzerland on Friday 15 April. The winner of the competition will be guaranteed a place in next season's Champions League campaign.