How did Liverpool win in 2005?
2005 UEFA Champions League Final
|Match programme cover|
|Event||2004–05 UEFA Champions League|
|After extra time Liverpool won 3–2 on penalties|
|Date||25 May 2005|
|Venue||Atatürk Olympic Stadium, Istanbul|
Where did Liverpool finish in 2005?
It began on 1 July 2004 and concluded on 30 June 2005, with competitive matches played between August and May. Liverpool finished fourth in the previous Premier League season.
Who won the Champions League 04 05?
The 2004–05 UEFA Champions League was the 50th season of UEFA’s premier European club football tournament, and the 13th since it was rebranded as the UEFA Champions League in 1992. The competition was won by Liverpool, who beat Milan on penalties in the final, having come back from 3–0 down at half-time.
Who was Liverpool captain in 2004?
Who was Liverpool’s manager in 1990?
|Graeme Souness||SCO||16 April 1991|
|Roy Evans||ENG||31 January 1994|
|Roy Evans Gérard Houllier||ENG FRA||16 July 1998|
Who won the 2009 Champions League?
2008–09 UEFA Champions League/Champion
The 2009 UEFA Champions League Final was played on 27 May 2009 at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome, Italy. The match determined the winners of the 2008–09 season of the UEFA Champions League, a tournament for the top football clubs in Europe. The match was won by Barcelona of Spain, who beat England’s Manchester United 2–0.
Where did Liverpool win the 2005 Champions League?
in: 2005 Champions League Final. Liverpool won the 2005 UEFA Champions League Final, hosted at the Ataturk Stadium, Istanbul, by beating AC Milan 3-2 on penalties after the match finished 3-3 after extra time.
How many times have Liverpool won the Champions League?
Liverpool, who had won the competition four times, were appearing in their sixth final, and their first since 1985. Milan, who had won the competition six times, were appearing in their second final in three years and tenth overall.
Can Liverpool and Everton play in the Champions League?
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.
Who scored Liverpool’s first and second penalties against Milan?
Dietmar Hamann scored Liverpool’s first penalty, revealing later that he did so despite a broken toe. Dudek saved Milan’s second penalty, taken by Andrea Pirlo, and Liverpool took a 2-0 lead when Djibril Cisse scored his penalty.