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Liverpool nearly pull it off — twice

April 14, 2009

What a game.

Liverpool, 3-1 down from the first leg in their Champions League quarter-final clash, went 2-0 up at Stamford Bridge only for Chelsea to surge back in the second half and make it 3-2.

Two late goals from the Reds made it an amazing finish but Guus Hiddink’s side scored again and it finished 4-4 (7-5 on aggregate.) 

European football is meant to be cagey! This pair had met in each of the past four seasons in the Champions League and every game was tight.

Is this the dawn of a new era or just a freak couple of results?

Comments

PS: Barca won 5-1 on agg against Bayern and now meet Chelsea

Posted by Mark | Report as abusive
 

Bravo Gus! Bravo Rafa! Bravo Chelsea! Bravo Liverpool!
Just too bad there had to be 1 winner only cos all
of you all WINNERS!
Thanks for the exhilarating entertainment in these
testing economic times!
Best of LUCKS from Malaysia!

Posted by Khoo Stanley | Report as abusive
 

A freak couple from a freak couple.

Posted by Red Devil | Report as abusive
 

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