19 mins: Emerson wins a free-kick deep in his own half, going down under what looked like a good, clean, ball-winning tackle from Antonio Nunez. Why are all men such b*****ds? For a reminder of what happened in the first leg, click here. In the stands of the Stadio delle Alpi, Liverpool's fans are celebrating raucously, unable to believe how easy it's been for their team tonight. The Italian's downward header was poor, but it hit Traore and bounced off the post, wherupon Jerzy Dudek grabbed it. 35 mins: Alessandro Del Piero splits the Liverpool defence with a ball played along the floor to Pavel Nedved. Wed 13 Apr 2005 10.53 BST 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. Previously he had superbly denied Del Piero with a smart close-range save, but his later lapse in concentration may cost Liverpool dear. Early on, Milan Baros ran Juventus ragged, ably supported by Anthony Le Tallec, and he was inches away from converting Garcia's cross. Below-strength Liverpool have pulled it off against a feeble Juventus side and will now play Chelsea in the Champions League semi-final. You don't know you're born! His centre was met by Cannavaro, whose downward header sipped through Carson's fingers and bounced into the net. asks Andrew Farrell. then Cannavaro wins it back. 31 mins: Paolo Montero floors Luis Garcia with what can only be described as a robust challenge, which earns Liverpool a free-kick in a promising position. 49 mins: Milan Baros misses a sitter. "Are you? Having been put clean through on goal by a great crossfield ball, he had only Gianluigi Buffon to beat from about six yards. Anyway, to answer your many questions: In the same way that my match reports are not compulsory, I'm not paid to be a Liverpool cheerleader and I'm not even remotely bothered about who wins the Champions League. Thanks for your time. 33 mins: For the fourth or fifth time this half, Milan Baros gets the ball, puts his head down, sprints about 20 yards without looking where he's going and then gives it away. 1 min: Liverpool kick off playing from right to left. "You might want to spend some time learning manners and consideration of others, you rude bastard! An unspeakably poor effort. At that stage it looked as though Liverpool might romp to victory, but Juve showed why they are considered one of the favourites for the competition. You see, Paula, that was your first mistake - despite what you may think, I'm as bad as the rest of them. The Italians were clearly rattled, with Pavel Nedved looking as rusty as you would expect from a player returning after six weeks out. Liverpool earned a slender advantage in their Champions League quarter-final with Juventus after Anfield had paid its respects to the Heysel victims. Some of their fans are already involved in a minor stand-off with their Juventus counterparts in the Stadio delle Alpi, but the police seem to have nipped it in the bud. inquires my longtime admirer and borderline stalker Paula Willow. 89 mins: Juventus have finally realised the jig is up and are launching ball after ball deep into Liverpool territory, but without looking even remotely threatening. That was Liverpool's only real error in a match they dominated for long spells, particularly in the first half. Tenacious in the tackle - typified by the outstanding Steven Gerrard - creative and full of pace, Liverpool drove on at Juventus. More by accident than by design, Liverpool manage to block and clear. 69 mins: Twenty minutes to go and then we can all get on with our lives. I'm really struggling to contain my excitement here. It led to confusion replacing Juve's competence in their usually impenetrable defence. Liverpool substitution: Luis Garcia ogff, Le Tallec on. 2 mins: Lilian Thuram pumps a long ball up the right flank, which is contested by Sami Hyypia and Mauro Camoranesi. Alessandro del Piero has a pop, but his effort has no venom behind it and Dudek saves easily. 13 mins: "How is inside of the 'normally quieter and emptier than villa park' delle alpi looking tonight? Conceding a goal early in the match would be a disaster for them. First of all, I'm not a Liverpool fan like all of you, so don't expect me to get as excited about their success as you do. Liverpool: 1-Jerzy Dudek; 3-Steve Finnan, 4-Sami Hyypia (c), 23-Jamie Carragher, 21-Djimi Traore; 18-Antonio Nunez, 25-Igor Biscan, 14-Xabi Alonso, 6-John Arne Riise; 10-Luis Garcia, 5-Milan Baros.Subs: Carson, Cisse, Smicer, Le Tallec, Warnock, Welsh, Potter. And Garcia took full advantage after Liverpool worked the ball sweetly down the right and smashed the ball into the top corner. Many, many angry and very abusive emails later: My word, the Liverpool-supporting readers are up in arms so I better respond. To learn how to protect your garden against "critter" infestation, click here. The Liverpool skipper wins it, Camoranesi goes down in a heap and the Juve fans appeal loudly for a free-kick. So when I said Liverpool's triumph tonight was devaluing the competition, I was not actually having a pop at Rafael Benitez's team, as most of you seem to have decided. This match has Juventus 1 - 0 Liverpool written all over it, if you ask me.

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