Liverpool mailand 2005

liverpool mailand 2005

Mai Mai Liverpool liegt im Champions-League-Final gegen die AC Milan zur Pause mit zurück. Doch die «Reds» kommen innert sechs. Mai Das ist der Spielbericht zur Begegnung AC Mailand gegen FC Liverpool am im Wettbewerb UEFA Champions League. Mai Aufstellungen, Spielerwechsel, Torschützen, Karten und weitere Statistiken zum Champions League-Spiel zwischen AC Mailand und FC.

One of the greatest defenders in history, Maldini had been a member of the senior squad at Milan for an incredible 20 years when the then year-old took on Liverpool in the final.

Amazingly, he managed another four seasons with the Rossoneri, gaining revenge over the Reds in the final. After retiring in , Maldini has often been touted as ready to return to Milan in some capacity but is yet to take up a role at the club where he enjoyed almost a quarter of a century of success and where his two sons play in the youth teams.

The stylish midfielder would later go on to torment England from the spot with a panenka in Euro , but in the final he couldn't beat Jerzy Dudek as Milan fell behind in the shootout.

Pirlo was allowed to leave Milan on a free transfer in and joined Juventus. The Old Lady have won every Scudetto since, with many crediting Pirlo's passing as key to their success.

However, he is set to leave Turin this summer with clubs across the world vying for his signature despite his advancing years. Gattuso was a gritty, determined midfielder, who had honed his skills with a season in Scotland with Rangers before returning to Italy.

He and Pirlo formed a complementary central midfield partnership which was vital to Milan's success in the middle of the last decade. Gattuso has recently been playing in Crete and owns a fish shop in his home town of Corigliano Calabro.

This year, he attempted to return to Scottish football by applying to become the manager of Hamilton Academicals in January.

The Dutchman is the only player to have won the Champions League with three different clubs: Ajax in , Real Madrid in and Milan in and A versatile attacking midfielder, he was still an important player for Milan by the time he left the club in to play in Brazil.

He retired at the age of 38 in January to become manager of Milan but could not replicate his success at the club as a player. Seedorf only lasted four months in the job before being replaced by former teammate Pippo Inzaghi.

The Ballon d'Or winner was known as one of the most effortlessly talented attacking midfielders in the world in the mids, and in the first half of the final he appeared to be picking the Liverpool defence apart at will.

Kaka has recently moved to MLS expansion franchise Orlando City, becoming the league's highest-paid player ever.

He has enjoyed an excellent start to his career in Florida, coming second in the voting for the player of the month for March Crespo was on loan at Milan from Chelsea in , having fallen out of favour after the arrival of Jose Mourinho.

He showed the class that had once made him the world's most expensive player in the final by scoring twice to help carve out a three-goal lead.

After returning to his first European club Parma in , he retired in and now works as the coach of the Italian club's youth team.

One of the greatest strikers of his generation, Shevchenko made his name in a superb Dynamo Kiev side before hitting the big time at Milan, for whom he scored goals.

Despite his legendary status for the club, he missed the crucial penalty in the final shootout. Unlike many of his teammates he was no longer around to gain revenge on the Reds in the final having left for Chelsea.

After an unhappy time at the Blues, he returned to Milan before finishing his career back at Kiev.

He embarked on a political career in , but failed to be elected to the Ukrainian parliament. A marauding, pacy winger, Serginho was one of the less-heralded Brazilians to play in Serie A.

He became noted for his remarkable longevity at Milan, keeping his pace well into his mids and beating players a decade his junior when called upon.

A hero among Milan fans for his commitment to their cause, Serginho occasionally turns out for the club's veterans team, Milan Glorie.

A member of Portugal's much vaunted 'golden generation', Costa was in the twilight of his career at Milan at the time of the final, but had enjoyed a glittering career in Serie A with Fiorentina, often being named among the league's best midfielders.

Costa is now director of football at Benfica, where he has overseen an upturn in their fortunes with a collection of canny signings and youth development, with the likes of Nemanja Matic and Liverpool's Lazar Markovic giving the club an impressive title win as they went unbeaten in Riise's initial cross from the flank is blocked by Cafu so he curls in another and Gerrard is first to it, leaping into the air to arc a stunning header into the top corner from 12 yards out, with no chance for Dida.

The midfielder runs back to his own half, gesticulating to teammates and fans to push on. Where did this come from?

Liverpool strike twice in as many minutes, with this one from substitute Smicer. Possession is passed all the way across the field to the Czech, 20 yards from goal, and he tries his luck with a rasping drive which Dida gets hands to but can't keep out.

Milan are flailing slightly and the Reds have momentum. Huge noise emanating from Kopites around the ground, who have hope all of a sudden.

Xabi Alonso steps up to the spot and after his penalty is brilliantly saved by Dida, the Spaniard follows up to fire the rebound into the roof of the net.

Gerrard had won the spot-kick, surging into the box and preparing to shoot before Gennaro Gattuso fouled him.

Against all the odds, a miracle has unfolded - it's at the Ataturk. Three goals in six minutes for Liverpool.

This surely has to be the most dramatic final in European Cup history. Hard to believe what has happened here. Still the Reds keep going, they're so much more confident now, and Riise lets fly with a typically powerful blast that Dida pushes away and eventually collects.

Danger for Liverpool as Dudek carelessly fumbles a Kaka cross and Shevchenko pounces to clip an effort on target. But Traore importantly read the situation and got himself back on the goalline in time to clear the striker's hit.

We're into the last 15 minutes and this match is so delicately balanced. The Reds are moving the ball with confidence and composure, although Milan have recovered their resolve at the back and clearly remain an enormous threat in the other direction with Shevchenko and Crespo to tee up.

And there's the warning Shevchenko bounds past a series of tackles and finds his strike partner in space behind the back three.

The Argentinian assesses his options and searches for the supporting Kaka, but Jamie Carragher launches a fine challenge to block out the midfielder before he can convert yards out.

A number of substitutions to report. Shevchenko is coming back to life and another rapid dart through the middle draws another important Carragher tackle.

Jaap Stam meets the incoming corner and glances on dangerously, but Kaka can't divert into the net at the back post.

Relief for the Reds. Two additional minutes to be played in this incredible final Yes, that's it for normal time in Istanbul.

We're going to extra-time to decide the Champions League winners. There must be some tired legs out there now.

Against all the odds, Liverpool have restored parity, but Milan regained a level of authority once they recovered from those six breathless minutes at the beginning of the second half.

Gerrard is now stationed in a right wing-back role to provide extra protection. The spectre of penalties looms too, of course Hearts are briefly in mouths as Andrea Pirlo stands over an inviting free-kick.

The midfielder's technique lets him down this time, however, with the ball spinning way off target. And the clock keeps ticking It appears that the captain's switch to a more defensive role is designed to keep out the pace of Serginho along the left.

One expert tackle there suggests it could be a wise move by Benitez. Great opportunity for Milan, who are worryingly dominant at the moment.

Serginho swings in a brilliant cross from deep toward Tomasson - but, with a possible slight touch from Traore to put him off, the forward can't make proper contact to concern Dudek.

No goals to report but it's all Milan with minutes played and Smicer ended the period notably struggling with cramp. The Italians kick off the second half of extra-time.

Can either side find a winner or are we heading for a shootout? Sensational defending by Jamie Carragher as the local time moves beyond midnight.

Serginho takes advantage of space to swing a cross right into the six-yard box, but the Scouser stretches out a leg to stop a simple tap-in.

He's suffering cramp too, incredibly. Milan now throw on Rui Costa for Gennaro Gattuso. Pirlo again has a set-piece scenario on the left edge of the Liverpool box.

He's looking to find a teammate, but Garcia deflects the delivery. The Reds are having to hang on ever so slightly. Jerzy Dudek keeps the dream alive with an outrageous double stop.

Another Serginho cross finds Shevchenko - the striker's low header is pushed out by the 'keeper but the Ukrainian has the goal gaping on the rebound.

Somehow Dudek gets his body in the way as Shevchenko smashes it yards out and the ball balloons into the air and out. How did he do that? Dare we say it One last chance for the Reds as Smicer wins a free-kick 20 yards out, but the training ground routine doesn't work as Riise's eventual blast is blocked.

Last time Liverpool were crowned champions of Europe, it was by virtue of penalties back in and they will have to do the same again if Steven Gerrard is to lift the club's fifth trophy tonight.

Benitez is selecting his five initial takers to attempt to beat the imposing Dida from 12 yards. Jamie Carragher is trying to get a message across to Dudek in a rather frenzied manner, meanwhile.

The Pole has the chance to be a hero. Serginho is first up for Milan Dudek was jigging along the goalline and may have put him off.

He didn't look confident and Dudek palms away an effort that was too straight. The goalkeeper is channelling the spirit of Bruce Grobbelaar with some of his antics here.

Riise is third for the Reds The Czech fist-pumps after making it to Liverpool. Three-quarters of the ground erupts and Steven Gerrard and his team sprint towards Dudek as the realisation hits that they have won the Champions League.

Rafa Benitez shakes hands with Carlo Ancelotti - neither manager will be able to quite explain what has unfolded this evening.

This has been unbelievable and like nothing we have ever seen before. From down and seemingly well out at half-time, the Reds responded to equalise the contest at ; they clung on and Dudek's double save from Shevchenko ensured penalties.

The Pole was the hero there too, stopping Pirlo and the Ukrainian from 12 yards. Gerrard is about to become only the fourth man to lift the European Cup as Liverpool captain.

The local lad was the Reds' heartbeat tonight, playing in at least three different positions, and he follows in the footsteps of Emlyn Hughes, Phil Thompson and Graeme Souness.

And, of course, this time the trophy - the club's fifth - is for keeps. And here it is

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.

His shot was cleared only for Gerrard to cross in from the right wing, which Sami Hyypiä headed towards goal producing a save out of Dida.

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.

Minutes later, Crespo extended Milan's lead with a chip over Dudek after Kaka provided the assist to make it 3—0.

The European Cup didn't fancy Paolo. 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.

The only reason Liverpool weren't fatally wounded by a first half blitz is the fortunate fact immortals can't be destroyed.

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 [21]. Two minutes later, Shevchenko forced a save from Dudek with a strong free kick from just outside the Liverpool box.

A minute after this, Liverpool scored through captain Gerrard, who connected with Riise's cross and lofted a header past Dida.

Xabi Alonso's penalty was saved, but he scored from the rebound to equalise for Liverpool. 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. Milan had the last chance before full-time but Kaka failed to direct Jaap Stam 's header towards goal, meaning the final would go to extra time for the 13th time in the competition's history.

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 had one last chance at the end of extra time, but John Arne Riise's free kick shot was blocked and following this the referee signalled the end of extra time, which meant a penalty shoot-out would decide the championship.

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.

Dietmar Hamann took Liverpool's first penalty and, despite having a broken toe, [23] he scored to put Liverpool 1—0 up. 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. Tomasson scored Milan's next penalty to make the score 2—1 in Liverpool's favour.

Riise was next for Liverpool, but his penalty was saved by Dida. Shevchenko, who had scored the decisive penalty against Juventus' Gianluigi Buffon in , then had to score or Liverpool would win.

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: Liverpool's triumph marked their fifth European Cup and the first by an English team since Manchester United had defeated Bayern Munich in the final in Barcelona.

By winning the European Cup for a fifth time, Liverpool earned the privilege of wearing a multiple-winner badge and the right to keep the trophy under normal competition rules, the winning club can keep the trophy for only 10 months, as they must deliver it to UEFA two months before the next year's final.

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.

They were cheered by approximately 1 million supporters, with an estimated , fans located around St George's Hall — the final destination of the parade.

Business experts estimated that one in five workers took time off following the victory. It was also estimated that Liverpudlians drank around 10, bottles of champagne after the match, with supermarket chain Sainsbury's stating: We would usually expect to sell this much champagne at Christmas".

The English club proved that miracles really do exist. I've now made Liverpool my English team. 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.

The Liverpool supporters didn't let me go to sleep the night before. There were 10 of them to every three Milan supporters. They showed their unconditional support at half-time when they were losing 3—0 and still they didn't stop singing.

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".

Milan's vice-president, Adriano Galliani , played down the loss, asserting: 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.

Gerrard stated in the immediate aftermath of the victory, "How can I think of leaving Liverpool after a night like this? On 6 July, however, Liverpool chief executive Rick Parry released a statement confirming that Gerrard would remain at the club, [36] and Gerrard signed a new four-year contract on 8 July.

Despite winning the competition, Liverpool's place in next season's Champions League was still in doubt. Prior to the Champions League Final, The Football Association had decided on 5 May that only the top four finishers in the Premier League would qualify and Liverpool ended their domestic season in fifth place behind Everton.

UEFA came to a decision on 10 June, confirming that both Everton and Liverpool would be able to compete in the Champions League; however, Liverpool were entered into the first qualifying round, and were given no "country protection"; meaning they could face another English club at any stage of the competition.

Liverpool won the match 3—1 after extra time. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. When you get homesick, nothing will stop you returning to the arms of those you love It shouldn't have happened.

Three goals in six minutes for Liverpool. This surely has to be the most dramatic final in European Cup history.

Hard to believe what has happened here. Still the Reds keep going, they're so much more confident now, and Riise lets fly with a typically powerful blast that Dida pushes away and eventually collects.

Danger for Liverpool as Dudek carelessly fumbles a Kaka cross and Shevchenko pounces to clip an effort on target. But Traore importantly read the situation and got himself back on the goalline in time to clear the striker's hit.

We're into the last 15 minutes and this match is so delicately balanced. The Reds are moving the ball with confidence and composure, although Milan have recovered their resolve at the back and clearly remain an enormous threat in the other direction with Shevchenko and Crespo to tee up.

And there's the warning Shevchenko bounds past a series of tackles and finds his strike partner in space behind the back three.

The Argentinian assesses his options and searches for the supporting Kaka, but Jamie Carragher launches a fine challenge to block out the midfielder before he can convert yards out.

A number of substitutions to report. Shevchenko is coming back to life and another rapid dart through the middle draws another important Carragher tackle.

Jaap Stam meets the incoming corner and glances on dangerously, but Kaka can't divert into the net at the back post.

Relief for the Reds. Two additional minutes to be played in this incredible final Yes, that's it for normal time in Istanbul.

We're going to extra-time to decide the Champions League winners. There must be some tired legs out there now. Against all the odds, Liverpool have restored parity, but Milan regained a level of authority once they recovered from those six breathless minutes at the beginning of the second half.

Gerrard is now stationed in a right wing-back role to provide extra protection. The spectre of penalties looms too, of course Hearts are briefly in mouths as Andrea Pirlo stands over an inviting free-kick.

The midfielder's technique lets him down this time, however, with the ball spinning way off target. And the clock keeps ticking It appears that the captain's switch to a more defensive role is designed to keep out the pace of Serginho along the left.

One expert tackle there suggests it could be a wise move by Benitez. Great opportunity for Milan, who are worryingly dominant at the moment.

Serginho swings in a brilliant cross from deep toward Tomasson - but, with a possible slight touch from Traore to put him off, the forward can't make proper contact to concern Dudek.

No goals to report but it's all Milan with minutes played and Smicer ended the period notably struggling with cramp. The Italians kick off the second half of extra-time.

Can either side find a winner or are we heading for a shootout? Sensational defending by Jamie Carragher as the local time moves beyond midnight.

Serginho takes advantage of space to swing a cross right into the six-yard box, but the Scouser stretches out a leg to stop a simple tap-in.

He's suffering cramp too, incredibly. Milan now throw on Rui Costa for Gennaro Gattuso. Pirlo again has a set-piece scenario on the left edge of the Liverpool box.

He's looking to find a teammate, but Garcia deflects the delivery. The Reds are having to hang on ever so slightly. Jerzy Dudek keeps the dream alive with an outrageous double stop.

Another Serginho cross finds Shevchenko - the striker's low header is pushed out by the 'keeper but the Ukrainian has the goal gaping on the rebound.

Somehow Dudek gets his body in the way as Shevchenko smashes it yards out and the ball balloons into the air and out. How did he do that?

Dare we say it One last chance for the Reds as Smicer wins a free-kick 20 yards out, but the training ground routine doesn't work as Riise's eventual blast is blocked.

Last time Liverpool were crowned champions of Europe, it was by virtue of penalties back in and they will have to do the same again if Steven Gerrard is to lift the club's fifth trophy tonight.

Benitez is selecting his five initial takers to attempt to beat the imposing Dida from 12 yards. Jamie Carragher is trying to get a message across to Dudek in a rather frenzied manner, meanwhile.

The Pole has the chance to be a hero. Serginho is first up for Milan Dudek was jigging along the goalline and may have put him off.

He didn't look confident and Dudek palms away an effort that was too straight. The goalkeeper is channelling the spirit of Bruce Grobbelaar with some of his antics here.

Riise is third for the Reds The Czech fist-pumps after making it to Liverpool. Three-quarters of the ground erupts and Steven Gerrard and his team sprint towards Dudek as the realisation hits that they have won the Champions League.

Rafa Benitez shakes hands with Carlo Ancelotti - neither manager will be able to quite explain what has unfolded this evening.

This has been unbelievable and like nothing we have ever seen before. From down and seemingly well out at half-time, the Reds responded to equalise the contest at ; they clung on and Dudek's double save from Shevchenko ensured penalties.

The Pole was the hero there too, stopping Pirlo and the Ukrainian from 12 yards. Gerrard is about to become only the fourth man to lift the European Cup as Liverpool captain.

The local lad was the Reds' heartbeat tonight, playing in at least three different positions, and he follows in the footsteps of Emlyn Hughes, Phil Thompson and Graeme Souness.

And, of course, this time the trophy - the club's fifth - is for keeps. And here it is Gerrard hoists aloft the coveted silverware and the entire team joins him in celebration.

I can't sum up how good I feel at the moment - I'm just on top of the world. The manager said at half-time to keep our chins up and try to score early; I think that was the turning point.

I had nothing left and all of the boys had nothing left. But we stuck in there and fought and showed everything that got us to the final.

I can't describe how good I feel. I'm made up for everyone. LFC's third kit. Goal for AC Milan Milan get the second half underway in Istanbul.

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