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Liverpool mailand 2005

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Mai Das ist die Aufstellung zur Begegnung AC Mailand gegen FC Liverpool am im Wettbewerb UEFA Champions League. Mai Mai Liverpool liegt im Champions-League-Final gegen die AC Milan zur Pause mit zurück. Doch die «Reds» kommen innert. Mai Mittwoch, Uhr Istanbul - Liverpool besiegte den großen Favoriten aus Mailand mit (; ) nach Elfmeterschießen. Aber wir wussten, dass wir einen starken Zusammenhalt haben. Was haben Sie nach dem Ausgleich zum 3: Schewtschenko, der beim Endspiel vor zwei Jahren gegen Juventus Turin noch den entscheidenden Elfmeter verwandelt hatte, meinte eine Szene drei Minuten vor dem Ende der Verlängerung. Zunächst trifft Gerrard per Kopf zum 1: Denn ich glaube nicht, dass wir noch einmal zurückgekommen wären, wenn wir das vierte Tor kassiert hätten. Vor allem für den FC Liverpool. Der Ball kann immer mal gehalten werden oder danebengehen. Er tänzelte vor jedem Schuss der Mailänder auf der Linie. Konnte es kaum glauben und rastete fast aus, aus purer Freude. Liverpool, nur Fünfter in der englischen Premier League und damit nach derzeitigem Stand selbst als Titelverteidiger nicht für die kommende Champions-League-Saison qualifiziert, gewann den fünften Europacup der Vereinsgeschichte. Milan jedenfalls ging nicht mehr so entschlossen in die zweiten 45 Minuten, auch wenn sie in den Anfangsminuten noch dominierend waren, während Liverpool von einem Wechsel profitierte: Ich bin nur noch in Richtung Dudek gerannt, total aufgelöst. Liverpool siegt nach sensationeller Aufholjagd. Smicer zog aus mehr als 20 Metern unvermutet ab und Dida machte keine gute Figur, als der flache Diagonalschuss im langen Eck landete. Etwas zu feiern gibt es erst wieder, als Liverpool in Dortmund mit einem 5: Doch Liverpool hat ja noch seinen polnischen Keeper Dudek. Alter buffon trifft Gerrard per Kopf zum 1: Damals dachte glücksspirale dauerlos, ich bin dabei. Er ging damals von Spieler zu Spieler. Minute in ein 3: Aber das war charakteristisch für unseren Haufen. Daraufhin fragte ihn Rafa, wie lange er noch spielen könne und ob es möglicherweise für eine Verlängerung reichen würde. Alle Champions-League-Sieger seit Hat er aber nicht. Für die Reds trat Hamann als erster Schütze an. Über ' Menschen nutzen bereits rugby european championship für die Hosentasche. Du musst tonybet tenisas sein, wenn du anläufst. Aber da war noch etwas. Bemerkenswert war es auch, dass die Champions League - Liverpool reagierte und kam in den folgenden Minuten zweimal gefährlich vors Mailänder Tor, wobei der Kopfballversuch von Hyypiä 5. Am Wettbewerb nahmen wie in der Vorsaison 72 Klubs aus 48 Landesverbänden teil. Navigation Hauptseite Themenportale Croatia gilching Artikel.

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Knapp eine Million Menschen feierten am Qualifikationsrunde wurden zusammen mit den Meistern der 10 höchstgereihten Landesverbände und den zweitplatzierten Klubs aus den Ländern auf Platz 1 bis 6 der UEFA-Fünfjahreswertung in 8 Gruppen zu je 4 Mannschaften gelost. Diese 10 Pack-Stufen warten auf dich. Dudeks unglaublicher Reflex gegen Schewtschenko. Über ' Menschen nutzen bereits watson für die Hosentasche.

The group stages were contested as eight double round-robin groups of four teams, the top two qualifying for the knockout stages.

The final was the sixth time Liverpool had reached the final and it was their first appearance since the European Cup Final , when they lost 1—0 to Juventus and were subsequently banned from European competition for an indefinite period due to the Heysel Stadium disaster.

They had previously won the European Cup on four occasions in , , and They had won on six occasions , , , , , , and lost three times , , In total the teams had participated in 14 finals between them.

Even if they did win the match, they were not assured of a place after UEFA failed to confirm whether they would allow Liverpool to defend the championship.

Each team was allocated 20, tickets for the final, out of a total of 69, The BBC reported early arrivals were lively but there was no violence and the mood between the two fans was friendly.

Milan were regarded as favourites and their team included many players who had experienced success in the competition.

The most notable was captain Paolo Maldini , who had won the competition four times previously, all with Milan, and Clarence Seedorf who had won the competition three times with three clubs.

Liverpool had been considered underdogs throughout the competition, but had beaten more favoured opposition, including Juventus and Chelsea, to reach the final.

Back then we had a settled team and that season when we went into games against Barcelona and Roma, we always felt we were as good as them.

Milan were expected to field a 4—4—2 formation , and there was much speculation about who would partner Andriy Shevchenko in attack.

This was echoed by Milan manager Ancelotti: Liverpool lined up in their red home kit, whilst Milan wore a changed strip of all white. Liverpool won the toss and kicked off.

The goal made Maldini the oldest scorer in the history of the competition. Shevchenko had another chance to score a few minutes later; after being played onside by Traore, his shot was saved by Dudek after he came under pressure from the Liverpool defence.

Straight after this attack, Crespo went through on goal only to be flagged for offside. Almost immediately after this, Liverpool had a penalty claim turned down after Alessandro Nesta allegedly handballed.

Milan countered and scored; Kaka dribbled the ball into the Liverpool half and passed to Shevchenko, who passed to Crespo at the far post to score and make it 2—0.

She wanted Steven, but it took a series of remarkable chat-up lines from the Liverpool manager to ensure his skipper got his wicked way.

Gerrard and company have rewritten football "possibilities" throughout this campaign, but even the heroic efforts of Olympiakos, Juventus and Chelsea were rendered insignificant compared to this.

The Liverpool Echo match report [23]. Two minutes later, Shevchenko forced a save from Dudek with a strong free kick from just outside the Liverpool box.

Milan and Liverpool had chances to take the lead after this, but Clarence Seedorf and Riise failed to score. Milan almost took the lead in the 70th minute, after Dudek dropped a low cross towards Shevchenko, whose effort was cleared off the line by Traore.

Gerrard then had a chance to score but he sent his shot over the crossbar. Liverpool kicked off the first half of extra time. Pirlo had a chance in the early stages, but he put his shot over the crossbar.

Tomasson came close in the later stages of the first period of extra time, but he could not make contact with the ball. Liverpool had the most of the early exchanges after winning two corners, but could not score.

The best chance of the second half came near the end when Shevchenko shot at goal. Dudek saved only for it to rebound back out to Shevchenko, who again shot from under 6 yards 5.

Liverpool and Milan had each won their last European Cups after winning penalty shoot-outs, and it was also the second time in three years that the final would be decided this way - previously, in the all-Italian final at Old Trafford , Milan had defeated Juventus 3—2.

Andrea Pirlo was next for Milan, and his penalty was saved by Dudek who dived low to his right. Cisse then scored his penalty to put Liverpool 2—0 up.

Riise was next for Liverpool, but his penalty was saved by Dida. Dudek went down to his right, but blocked the shot with his left hand.

Liverpool thus won the penalty shootout by a score of 3—2. Man of the Match: Steven Gerrard Liverpool Assistant referees: The —06 participants competed for a new identical trophy.

Liverpool celebrated their victory by parading the trophy around Liverpool in an open-top double-decker bus the day after the final. Business experts estimated that one in five workers took time off following the victory.

We would usually expect to sell this much champagne at Christmas". The English club proved that miracles really do exist.

They showed that football is the most beautiful sport of all. You knew they could defend, but the team showed they could play too and wrote a page in the history books.

The match will last forever. There were 10 of them to every three Milan supporters. Milan were similarly astonished at the manner in which they had lost the final.

Manager Carlo Ancelotti said, "We had six minutes of madness in which we threw away the position we had reached until then".

Captain Paolo Maldini was less optimistic, stating that the reverse was a "huge disappointment", but he added that Milan would accept the defeat and "go out with their heads high".

Much discussion after the final centered on the future of Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard who had been linked with a move to rivals Chelsea.

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Milan, who had won the competition six times, were appearing in their second final in three years and tenth overall. Each club needed to progress through the group stage and knockout rounds to reach the final, playing 12 matches in total.

Liverpool finished second in their group behind runners-up AS Monaco and subsequently beat Bayer Leverkusen , Juventus and Chelsea to progress to the final.

Milan were regarded as favourites before the match and took the lead within the first minute through captain Paolo Maldini.

The scores remained the same during extra time, and a penalty shoot-out was required to decide the champions. Thus Liverpool won their fifth European Cup, were awarded the trophy permanently , and claimed a multiple-winner badge.

Teams qualified for the Champions League group stage, either directly or through three preliminary rounds, based on both their position in the preceding domestic league and the strength of that league.

Liverpool finished second in their group behind Champions League runners-up AS Monaco and subsequently beat Bayer Leverkusen , Juventus and Chelsea to progress to the final.

They lost the second leg 1—0 at Anfield but progressed to the group stage by virtue of winning the tie 2—1 on aggregate.

Milan entered the competition in the group stage after winning Serie A. The group stages were contested as eight double round-robin groups of four teams, the top two qualifying for the knockout stages.

The final was the sixth time Liverpool had reached the final and it was their first appearance since the European Cup Final , when they lost 1—0 to Juventus and were subsequently banned from European competition for an indefinite period due to the Heysel Stadium disaster.

They had previously won the European Cup on four occasions in , , and They had won on six occasions , , , , , , and lost three times , , In total the teams had participated in 14 finals between them.

Even if they did win the match, they were not assured of a place after UEFA failed to confirm whether they would allow Liverpool to defend the championship.

Each team was allocated 20, tickets for the final, out of a total of 69, The BBC reported early arrivals were lively but there was no violence and the mood between the two fans was friendly.

Milan were regarded as favourites and their team included many players who had experienced success in the competition. The most notable was captain Paolo Maldini , who had won the competition four times previously, all with Milan, and Clarence Seedorf who had won the competition three times with three clubs.

Liverpool had been considered underdogs throughout the competition, but had beaten more favoured opposition, including Juventus and Chelsea, to reach the final.

Back then we had a settled team and that season when we went into games against Barcelona and Roma, we always felt we were as good as them.

Milan were expected to field a 4—4—2 formation , and there was much speculation about who would partner Andriy Shevchenko in attack. This was echoed by Milan manager Ancelotti: Liverpool lined up in their red home kit, whilst Milan wore a changed strip of all white.

Liverpool won the toss and kicked off. The goal made Maldini the oldest scorer in the history of the competition. Shevchenko had another chance to score a few minutes later; after being played onside by Traore, his shot was saved by Dudek after he came under pressure from the Liverpool defence.

Straight after this attack, Crespo went through on goal only to be flagged for offside. Almost immediately after this, Liverpool had a penalty claim turned down after Alessandro Nesta allegedly handballed.

Milan countered and scored; Kaka dribbled the ball into the Liverpool half and passed to Shevchenko, who passed to Crespo at the far post to score and make it 2—0.

She wanted Steven, but it took a series of remarkable chat-up lines from the Liverpool manager to ensure his skipper got his wicked way.

Gerrard and company have rewritten football "possibilities" throughout this campaign, but even the heroic efforts of Olympiakos, Juventus and Chelsea were rendered insignificant compared to this.

The Liverpool Echo match report [23]. Two minutes later, Shevchenko forced a save from Dudek with a strong free kick from just outside the Liverpool box.

Milan and Liverpool had chances to take the lead after this, but Clarence Seedorf and Riise failed to score. Taiwo Awoniyi i Gent till 31 maj Nr Land Pos Namn.

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Torres, Fernando Fernando Torres. Gerrard, Steven Steven Gerrard 4. So here we are. After the long and twisting road to the final there are only two teams left standing in the European Cup.

My prediction is that a tired Milan side will play very badly and eventually win, because they usually do. Their wildly optimistic predictions have been keeping the Sky news reporters in colourful quote all day.

At the back, Jaap Stam will partner Alessandro Nesta, while captain Paolo Maldini, appearing in his seventh final, is moved out to left back at the expense of Georgian Kakha Kaladze.

Didi Hamann and Djibril Cisse miss out and will be cooling their heels on the bench. I sincerely, truly hope that Liverpool get absolutely stuffed tonight," writes Rob Smyth, once of this parish and a devotee of the MU Rowdies Soccerball Kickers.

What would you expect from a pig only a grunt? Milan 1 - 0 Liverpool: Almost immediately, a totally unmarked Paolo Maldini scores for AC Milan with a yard volley through a sea of players.

It came from a set-piece - a Pirlo free-kick taken from the right of the Liverpool box. Milan are one up after 50 seconds.

Carlo Ancelotti predicted that his team would score inside three minutes and he was spot on - they only needed one. Great stuff from Liverpool.

Steven Gerrard swung that corner out to the edge of the box, where John Arne Riise unleashed a pile-driver which looked to be fizzing goalwards until it hit Jaap Stam in the face.

Milan cleared, the ball went out to Gerrard on the right wing and from the inevitable cross, Sami Hyypia brought a smart save out of Dida with a fine volley from the edge of the box.

Andriy Shevchenko beats the Liverpool offside trap and pelts down the right wing with nobody near him. As he shapes to cross, with Liverpool looking in big trouble, Sami Hyypia appears out of nowhere to provide a crucial block.

There are only six minutes gone and this match is shaping up to be a belter. Free-kick for Liverpool about 40 yards straight out from goal.

Gerrard curls it towards the far post, where Harry Kewell attempts to get his head to it. Kaka leans into him and does enough to knock him off balance.

Andriy Shevchenko picks up the ball in the corner, deep in Liverpool territroy. Steve Finnan shepherds him towards the sideline, forcing him to play the ball back towards Maldini.

Milan go close again. Crespo won a corner which was sent into the near post by Pirlo. Crespo nicked half a yard on Steven Gerrard, who was asleep, and flicked it goalwards.

It was left to Luis Garcia to chest the ball off the line as it looked set to creep in between player and post. John Arne Riise squanders possession with a feeble attempt to dribble around Gennaro Gattuso deep in Milan territroy.

Andriy Shevchenko sneaks in behind Djimi Traore and is mere inches away from controlling a Pirlo purler from midfield, that would have seen him clear through on goal.

For Liverpool, Harry Kewell is hobbling. You never really know with Harry. Vladimir Smicer is getting ready to come on.

And to think some people say footballers are dumb. Kewell off, Smicer on. Luis Garcia has moved into the space behind Baros previously occupied by Harry Kewell, while Vladimir Smicer has taken up a position on the right side of midfield.

Gerrard picks out Finnan with a cross-field pass and he delivers the ball up the wing towards Baros. He wins a throw-in deep in Milan territory off Jaap Stam.

Nothing comes of it. Shevchenko celebrates after side-footing a low ball past Dudek and into the Liverpool goal, but the linesman puts a stop to his gallop with a wave of his flag.

A let-off for Liverpool. The Milan striker traps a long ball from Pirlo, but is muscled off the ball before he can poke it past the onrushing Dudek.

Luis Garcia shanks a good knock-down over the bar from the edge of the Milan box. He had all the time in the world to tee that one up and should have done better.

The Liverpool defence is split by Kaka and Crespo is released. Liverpool 0 - 2 Milan Hernan Crespo scores a tap-in from six yards mere seconds after Liverpool had a great shout for a penalty turned down in the wake of a Nesta hand-ball in the Milan box.

Luis Garcia had been prevented from shooting by Nesta, who was on the floor in his own penalty area when the ball rolled against his hand. Milan countered as Liverpool appealed for a spot-kic and the red defence was rent asunder by Andriy Shevchenko, who eschewed an opportunity to shoot from a narrow angle.

Choosing instead to roll the ball across the edge of the six-yard box, he provided it on a platter for Crespo, whose job was an easy one.

Liverpool 0 - 3 AC Milan This is turning into a rout. Latching on to a long ball from midfield, he ducked the flat-footed Liverpool centre-halves and without breaking stride, contemptuously lifted the ball over the horribly exposed Jerzy Dudek.

It was a sublime finish. All we need now is Stephen Gerrard to ping lots of yard passes straight into row Z and Jerzy Dudek to let the ball roll between his legs," guffaws Ben Fitzpatrick.

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