To reach the milestone, the Brazilian scored twice in the second half to secure Liverpool’s qualification into the next stage of the competition.
Following their last-eight aggregate triumph against Benfica, Liverpool’s road to the Champions League final has become obvious.
The Reds defeated Benfica 6-4 on aggregate in their quarter-final clash, with the second leg at Anfield finishing 3-3.
The Reds won thanks to an Ibrahima Konate header and a Roberto Firmino brace, while the opponents were led by Goncalo Ramos, Roman Yaremchuk, and Darwin Nunez.
When Roberto Firmino scored twice against Benfica in the Champions League quarter-final second leg on Wednesday, he became the fourth Liverpool player to score 20 goals in the competition.
Firmino joins Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane, and Steven Gerrard among Reds players who have reached the century mark.
Firmino Sets Record With His 20th Career Champions League Goal Following Liverpool’s Qualification Into The UCL Semi-Finals