Liverpool beat Chelsea in a penalty shootout to win the European Super Cup Show more Jonathan Overend is joined by former Chelsea midfielder Andy Townsend, former Liverpool player Don Hutchison and BBC football correspondent John Murray to reflect on Liverpool’s victory in the European Super Cup.Jurgen Klopp’s side beat Chelsea 5-4 on penalties after a 2-2 draw in Istanbul – fourteen years on from when they won the Champions League final by a penalty shootout in the same city in 2005.
The message, which included a mocked-up image of the footballer, was sent on Wednesday afternoon before being shared by others, said Merseyside Police.The man, 32, from Liverpool, was held on suspicion of committing a racially aggravated public order offence.
Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThousands enjoy Liverpool's Champions League victory parade Hundreds of thousands of Liverpool fans have celebrated the club's historic Champions League win at a parade through the city.Jurgen Klopp's team became champions of Europe for a sixth time when they beat Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 in Madrid.
ImageLiverpool celebrate with the trophy after winning the Champions League Final.ImageLiverpool Manager Jürgen Klopp won his first Champions League title after two earlier defeats.
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ImageLiverpool Manager Jürgen Klopp tried to help his players clear their heads before the Champions League final on Saturday.He thought, night and day, about Madrid, about Tottenham Hotspur, and about the Champions League final.
ImageLiverpool took the Premier League title race to the final day but finished a single point behind Manchester City.Everything hinged on what happened 270 miles away, at Manchester City’s game in Brighton.
On SoccerA thrilling 4-0 victory at Anfield sent Liverpool back to the Champions League final, and Lionel Messi off to wonder how it all went so wrong.ImageGeorginio Wijnaldum scored two quick goals in the second half to pull Liverpool even with Barcelona on aggregate.
On SoccerImageLionel Messi’s free-kick goal capped Barcelona’s 3-0 victory over Liverpool in the Champions League.Fabinho, Liverpool’s midfield anchor, was supposed to stay close to Messi when he drifted into the center.
On SoccerImageManchester United fans will have some conflicting emotions on Wednesday, when a result against Manchester City would help Liverpool.Red, in his mind, was for devils, the color that represented Leeds’s hated rivals, Manchester United.
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