” Ahead of the 2019 Champions League final, talkSPORT.com is looking back at some of the most memorable moments from previous finals. Liverpool face Tottenham in an all-English final for the first time since 2008, when Manchester United beat Chelsea on penalties to win the trophy.
Getty 2 John Terry missed a crucial penalty in Chelsea’s shootout defeat to Manchester United Jurgen Klopp and Mauricio Pochettino have been criticised for failing to win silverware with the Reds and Spurs, respectively, but one of them will end the season with European football’s biggest prize. It is set to be an entertaining final with the likes of Harry Kane and Mohamed Salah going head-to-head on June 1. Below, we take a look at No.3 on our list of iconic Champions League moments as John Terry’s slip in a penalty shootout proved costly against Manchester United 11 years ago.
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Manchester United beat Barcelona, while Liverpool took Chelsea to extra-time as Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba scored vital goals to book their place in the final. Ahead of what was always likely to be Cristiano Ronaldo’s final game for United, he was set to go off in style when he opened the scoring in the 26th minute. The winger connected with Wes Brown’s cross to send a powerful header past a helpless Petr Cech.
Getty 2 John Terry could have won it for Chelsea in the penalty shootout, but slipped and missed The Blues keeper then made an outstanding double save to deny Carlos Tevez and Michael Carrick, which stopped Sir Alex Ferguson’s side from doubling their lead. Chelsea were level just before the break as Michael Essien’s speculative shot took two deflections before fortuitously landing into the path of Frank Lampard, who coolly slotted home from close-range.
With the scores level after 90 minutes and then 30 minutes of extra time, the final was decided on penalties. Cech put Chelsea into the driving seat when he saved Ronaldo’s penalty – and after four perfect spot-kick from the Blues, Terry had the chance to win it for his club. But in dramatic fashion, the Chelsea captain slipped and hit the post, gifting United a lifeline.
And it was a lifeline they took as Anderson and Ryan Giggs converted their penalties before Nicolas Anelka had his decisive spot-kick saved by Edwin Van der Ser as United won the shootout 6-5. ” ” David Moyes could relaunch his career in football management by succeeding Alex McLeish as Scotland boss. That’s the verdict from pundit and commentator Peter Martin, who joined talkSPORT’s Scottish duo Alan Brazil and Ally McCoist to discuss the next step for the SFA.
2 Moyes’ last job in charge of West Ham lasted just six months After weeks of speculation, McLeish was finally given the boot on Thursday following Scotland’s dreadful start to Euro 2020 qualifying – suffering a humiliating 3-0 defeat to Kazakhstan. Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke and Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes are two of the top favourites linked with succeeding Big ‘Eck.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ricardo_Vaz_Tê
MORE: McLeish should leave Scotland job ‘as a legend’ and Clarke deserves to be first choice But, Scotland legend McCoist says the next head coach should be someone who needs the job, rather than wants it. And Martin believes Moyes would be a perfect fit to pick up the pieces after a dreadful year for the Scottish game. LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS gossip Man United news live: Dutch ace wanted as new right-back, West Ham star on radar gossip Liverpool news live: Salah ‘rejects ?150million exit’, Ajax set Ziyech price latest Man United target Dutch defender, Spurs to sell Rose and sign Sessegnon review Women’s World Cup: Netherlands breeze past Cameroon, Canada beat hapless New Zealand gesture Amazing reason Marta pointed to her boots after scoring opener for Brazil royal return AC Milan appoint club legends Boban and Maldini in new roles at the club ‘i was fed up’ The reason why Chelsea midfielder Jorginho nearly quit football latest Arsenal transfer news live: Top target ‘not for sale’, Ziyech to cost just ?30m Speaking on Friday’s Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast, the Scottish broadcaster said: “The third favourite is David Moyes, and my personal view is I would go for him. “He is desperately hoping to get another job in the English Premier League, but I don’t think that’s forthcoming. “The only question is, have they got enough money to satisfy him? “This is a situation where Moyes might need the job to try and get himself in the spotlight – that’s the only saving grace. 2 Alex McLeish’s second stint as Scotland manager lasted just 14 months “Quite simply, David Moyes hasn’t managed to get himself a Premier League job, so can Scotland convince him this is, for a two or three year period, is a worthwhile proposition for him? “Because, as far as the other candidates are concerned, some of them are too young and some of them don’t want to touch it with a bargepole.” “