One of Gerrard's best games. The game ranks among Steven Gerrard’s best ever in a Liverpool shirt. The midfielder kickstarted the comeback by scoring nine minutes after the restart and won the penalty that led to Xabi Alonso’s equaliser. But Gerrard’s influence on the game extended to more than just what he did on the pitch. The raging debate of who was better - Steven Gerrard or Frank Lampard - has often been discussed by English football fans, but Brazilian legend Kaka has now weighed in. Ex-Liverpool captain Gerrard famously skippered the Reds to Champions League glory in 2005, but never managed to get his hands on a Premier League winners medal.
Steven Gerrard explains what happened at half-time during the 2005 Champions League final.. Champions League in one of the most dramatic finals the competition has ever seen. Rafa Benitez’s side found themselves 3-0 down at half-time to an incredible AC Milan side and they looked down and out. However, inspired by captain Steven Gerrard,. The 2019/20 Champions League calendar has all the draw and match dates that lead to this season's showpiece. How can fans get tickets? The ticket application window for UEFA Champions League final tickets will open in March 2020. What if the final is level after 90 minutes? Then the match will go to extra time: two periods of 15 minutes.
STEVEN GERRARD has said that 'selfless' Jordan Henderson HAS to start for Liverpool in the Champions League final against Spurs. The Reds captain was benched by Jurgen Klopp for his side's away defeat to Barcelona but returned to the starting line-up for the stunning 4-0 comeback at Anfield. This article covers the period from 1 July 2004 to 30 June 2005. Liverpool finished the season in fifth position in the FA Premier League, but won their fifth UEFA Champions League/European Cup title by beating Milan in the 2005 UEFA Champions League Final 3–2 on penalties after a 3–3 draw. [deprecated source
Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard has admitted he was forced to leave Anfield early on Tuesday night. The Reds pulled off one of the greatest comebacks in European history as they turned around a 3-0 first leg deficit to knock Barcelona out and reach the Champions League final. UEFA's technical observers have chosen Liverpool's Virgil van Dijk as their UEFA Champions League final man of the match. FINAL AS IT HAPPENED. Log in for free to watch the highlights.. after collecting his award at a post-match press. Filippo Inzaghi (AC Milan) 2006: Samuel Eto'o (Barcelona) 2005: Steven Gerrard (Liverpool) 2004: Deco.
In 2005, Gerrard inspired Liverpool to become champions of Europe. He remains the only player in footballing history to have scored a goal in the finals of the Champions League, the Uefa Cup, the FA Cup and the League Cup. But not even Gerrard could keep playing for ever in the red of Liverpool. Gerrard debuted for Liverpool in 1998, aged just 18, and went on to win one Champions League in 2005, as well as two FA Cups and three League Cups, among other honours. He also picked up individual awards such as PFA Players' Player of the Year in 2001, and was third place in the 2005 Ballon d'Or after defeating Kaka's Milan. Steven Gerrard has delivered a rousing message to the Liverpool squad as they bid to replicate his heroics in Saturday’s Champions League final. Gerrard’s career is rightly regarded as one of the greatest in English football history, having achieved such extraordinary feats during 17 years at Liverpool.
Steven George Gerrard (Whiston (Merseyside),. in de finale van de Champions League 2004-2005 en de treffer waarmee Liverpool zich in 87ste minuut van de eerste groepsronde tegen Olympiakos Piraeus kwalificeerde voor de achtste finales Op 3 februari 2013 won Gerrard de prijs van Engels speler van het jaar 2012. Liverpool win Champions League Skipper Steven Gerrard has hinted he could remain at Liverpool after beating AC Milan to lift the European Cup. Liverpool beat Milan on penalties after the match finished 3-3 and Gerrard said: 'Lifting the trophy has to be the best feeling ever.
De UEFA Champions Leaguefinale van het seizoen 2004/05 was de dertiende finale in de geschiedenis van de Champions League. De wedstrijd vond plaats op 25 mei 2005 in het Atatürk Olympisch Stadion in Istanboel. AC Milan stond voor de tweede keer op rij in de finale en moest het opnemen tegen het Engelse Liverpool FC. The 2005 Football League Cup Final was a football match played between Liverpool and Chelsea on 27 February 2005 at the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff. It was the final match of the 2004–05 Football League Cup, the 45th season of the Football League Cup, a football competition for the 92 teams in the Premier League and Football League. Liverpool will be losing their 'red heartbeat' when captain Steven Gerrard quits the club at the end of the season, 2005 Champions League-winning manager Rafa Benitez said on Friday.
The 2005 UEFA Champions League Final was the final match of the 2004–05 UEFA Champions League, Europe's primary club football competition. The showpiece event was contested between Liverpool of England and Milan of Italy at the Atatürk Stadium in Istanbul, Turkey on 25 May 2005. Steven Gerrard scored a stunning late goal as Liverpool came from behind to beat Olympiakos and go into the next stage of the Champions League. The visitors went ahead when Rivaldo was brought down after a mazy run and scored from the resulting free-kick. CARRAGHER: Here we are 10 years after we first played against each other in the Champions League final. Now things are very different to 2005 and both of our teams have struggled this season. It hurts me when Liverpool lose - are you the same with Milan? MALDINI: Of course! I started there when I was 10 and finished when I was 41.
Gary Lineker, Steven Gerrard, Rio Ferdinand and Michael Owen discuss who the favourites to win this season's Champions League are... For the first time since 1981, an English, German, Spanish, and Italian team are in the semi-finals. That year Liverpool went on to defeat Bayern in the semi-final before toppling Real Madrid in the. After announcing his retirement from professional football on Thursday morning, Steven Gerrard sat down with Gary Lineker to explain the reasoning behind his decision in an interview with BT Sport. Steven Gerrard, English professional football (soccer) player who was considered one of the most-complete footballers in the world in the early 2000s. Over the course of his 17-year career with Liverpool FC, he scored 186 goals, the fifth highest total in team history.
Steven Gerrard: ‘If I text, call or see him,. He won the Champions League – in a miraculous Gerrard-inspired comeback from 3-0 down to Milan in the 2005 final, three League Cups, two FA Cups, the Uefa Cup and 114 caps for England. “I like Steven Gerrard and Fernando Torres and Liverpool was one of my favourite clubs growing up. “I was very impressed with their strong mentality to come back from 3-0 down and I remember how they played in that second half [against AC Milan in the 2005 Champions League final].”
Real Madrid interview and a clear message to the skeptics.. Jamie Carragher Interview Mo Salah after Liverpool qualified for the Champions League final 😍 Fresh News. Loading... Unsubscribe from Fresh News?. Interview with Jürgen Klopp and Steven Gerrard |This Is Melwood - Duration: 9:06. BetVictor 43,146 views. Finalen i UEFA Champions League 2004/2005 (Mirakelet i Istanbul) ble spilt onsdag 25. mai 2005 mellom Milan og Liverpool på Atatürk Olimpiyat Stadyumu i Istanbul. Den er omtalt som den mest dramatiske finalen i turneringens historie, ettersom Liverpool snudde kampen etter at Milan ledet 3-0 til pause. Steven Gerrard's heroic performance v AC Milan in the 2005 Champions League Final. Steven Gerrard's heroic performance v AC Milan in the 2005 Champions League Final. Join ; Log in. If you have a question about Vimeo, chances are we’ve already answered it in our FAQ. Take a look-see.
Liverpool FC 2005 Champions League Winners !!!!! A moment in history... jibberjabberman.. Steven Gerrard Leaves Liverpool. Trophy Lift and Scenes after Winning 2019 Champions League Final - Duration: 7:48. B/R Football 154,114 views. Liverpool beat AC Milan 3-2 in a penalty shoot-out to win the Champions League after sensationally coming from three goals down at half-time. Paolo Maldini gave Milan a first-minute lead and Hernan Crespo's double gave Milan a seemingly unassailable lead. “I will never forget Steven Gerrard’s team-talk at half-time during the 2005 Champions League final. [Rafa] Benitez comes into the dressing room, he does his coach speech, that we must not give up and that we need to score quickly.
Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard looked back fondly on 'the best night of his career' ahead of the Reds' return to Istanbul. Gerrard captained the Merseyside club to Champions League glory in 2005 at the same Ataturk stadium where Liverpool will compete for the Super Cup final on Wednesday. Steven Gerrard, Jamie Carragher and Michael Owen played out in front of the Kop on Saturday as Liverpool Legends recreated the 2005 Champions League final. AC Milan Glorie boasted all the such star-studded names as Paolo Maldini, Andrea Pirlo and Kaka, though it was Gerrard who would steal the limelight as ever with a last-gasp Kop end winner.
Highlights of the six goals from the 120 minutes that shook the world including the half time story from the movie: '15 minutes that shook the world.' Goals include Maldini, Crespo, Gerrard, Smicer and Alonso. Gerrard has now agreed a new contract worth about £100,000-a-week. He said: 'I don't want to get into attaching blame to anyone. If I blame anyone, it's myself. 'I wanted my future sorted out as soon as possible after the Champions League final and when that wasn't the case, the longer it went on, the more misunderstandings there were. McManaman first got a taste for media work in 2005 after he became active as a freelance media commentator and pundit, providing analysis to ITV for the 2005 Champions League final, in which he provided the analysis as his old club Liverpool won the trophy.
Gary Lineker: 'Who won the 2006 Champions League?' Gerrard: 'I can't remember I was probably still drunk from 2005' LMAO this killed me!! Class Steven Gerrard! Liverpool's extraordinary semi-final comeback against Barcelona has revived memories of their victory in the 2005 UEFA Champions League final.. Xabi Alonso After forging a reputation as a fine ball-playing midfielder at Real Sociedad,. Steven Gerrard Synonymous with the club and particularly the 2005 final – he was man of the match,. Can you name every every Liverpool player to feature in a Champions League final?. We're giving you 10 minutes to name all 55 players - that's every player to have featured in the 2005, 2007, 2018 and 2019 finals.. UEFA Champions League, Jürgen Klopp, Steven Gerrard, Mohamed Salah. Related Stories.
During a six-minute stretch in the second half of the 2005 Champions League final against A.C. Milan, Liverpool came back from a three-goal deficit to tie the match at 3–3 after extra time, with Gerrard scoring one of the goals, a header from a John Arne Riise cross. Liverpool's third goal was gained as a penalty from a foul awarded to. Steven Gerrard lifts the Champions League trophy after beating Milan in Istanbul, in May 2005. Photograph: Tom Jenkins for the Guardian “The way you feel on the pitch changes and over the past couple of years I felt myself slowing down a little bit on the pitch,” Gerrard said, speaking to BT Sport.
UEFA Champions League; UEFA Europa League; UEFA EURO 2020; Member. Paris Saint-Germain coach Thomas Tuchel spoke to UEFA.com after his side made it to round of 16 with no goals against them. Steven Gerrard (Liverpool) Interview (EN) Steven Gerrard (Liverpool) Interview. Now playing (EN) Steven Gerrard (Liverpool) Interview. Matchday 4. 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. The match was remarkable for the fact that AC Milan had taken a 3-0 lead in the first half, only for Liverpool to mount... The 2005 CL final afterparty sounds amazing. The Reds’ icon was, of course, referring to Liverpool’s epic Champions League final victory over AC Milan in Istanbul 12 years ago. Gerrard produced a legendary performance, inspiring his side to win the European Cup for the fifth time in their history after finding themselves 3-0 down at half-time.
STEVEN GERRARD gave the 'greatest speech I have ever heard' to inspire Liverpool's amazing comeback win in the 2005 Champions League final, Djibril Cisse has revealed. Reds skipper Gerrard even asked boss Rafa Benitez to leave the dressing room as he faced the players alone when 3-0 down at half-time to AC Milan. Now I'd love to stay and chat all night, but unfortunately I have to correct all the typos in this report, insert gags where appropriate and remove all the bits where I slagged off Steven Gerrard, who is about to lift the Champions League trophy for Liverpool. He was dreadful in the first half, but outstanding in the second.
Hernán Crespo on Istanbul 2005:. Hernán Crespo cannot hide his disappointment after losing the Champions League final against Liverpool on penalties. Photograph: Luca Bruno/AP Everyone was calm, then.. Didi Hamann came in front of the defence to free up Steven Gerrard. Steven Gerrard celebrated in the stands at the Wanda Metropolitano as Liverpool lifted their sixth Champions League title in Madrid.. he said: “I loved the night in Madrid for the final.. Gerrard was the last Liverpool skipper to lift the Champions League back in 2005 after the remarkable comeback in Istanbul against AC Milan.
Liverpool An extraordinary Champions League final was won on penalties last night, inspired by an extraordinary footballer, Steven Gerrard. With Liverpool facing the deepest of embarrassments at half-time, being completely out-passed and outclassed by Milan, Gerrard decided to attempt what everyone else believed was a mission impossible. Fifty thousand Liverpool supporters partied in Madrid this evening as their heroes reclaimed the Champions League trophy. And it's hard to imagine any were more thrilled than Steven Gerrard as the Rangers boss and Anfield legend joined the jubilant scenes in the Wanda Metropolitana Arena.<