Liverpool 4-3 Newcastle
3/4/1996 – Premier League – Anfield Stadium
After more than 20 years, this match is still considered one of the best in Premier League history. Robbie Fowler scored an early goal for Liverpool, before Les Ferdinand and David Ginola gave Newcastle a 2-1 lead. Fowler equalized in the second half, but Faustino Asprilla once again put the Magpies ahead. Stan Collymore scored in the 68th minute to once again level the score, before the striker himself scored the fourth minute of injury time to bring an unforgettable victory for the Reds.
Liverpool 4-3 Dortmund
April 14, 2016 – Europa League – Anfield
One of the greatest matches in Europa League history. After the first leg drew 1-1 in Germany, Juergen Klopp welcomed his old club Dortmund to Anfield and suffered cold water with 2 goals in just the first 10 minutes. Divock Origi pulled back a goal shortly after half-time, but Marco Reus restored Dortmund’s two-goal lead. Liverpool needed three goals in the last 30 minutes of the game. Philippe Coutinho scored his first goal in the 66th minute, Mamadou Sakho added another after 11 minutes and then Dejan Lovren finished the job in the 91st minute. Liverpool went on to reach the final in Klopp’s first season in charge, but lost. The defeat against Sevilla made him wait another 3 years to get his first title with The Reds.
Liverpool 3-3 West Ham (3-1 penalty shootout)
May 13, 2006 – FA Cup – Millenium Stadium
Along with the 2005 Champions League final, the FA Cup final against West Ham a year later is also considered the pinnacle of Steven Gerrard. At the end of 90 minutes, West Ham led 3-2 and were only seconds away from their first FA Cup in 25 years. Right at the most important moment, the Liverpool captain launched a thunderous kick from a distance of 100 meters, helping Liverpool equalize the score, bringing the game into extra time. The Hammers were unable to recover from the shock and after a goalless period, the Merseyside club won the penalty shootout 3-1. Since then, it has been dubbed “Gardard’s final”.
Liverpool 4-0 Barcelona
7/5/2019 – Champions League – Anfield
Being beaten 3-0 by Barca at Camp Nou in the first leg, it seemed that only a miracle would help Liverpool win the right to play the Champions League final for the second time in a row, and their task is even more difficult when the stars Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino are absent. However, Divock Origi gave Klopp’s men a perfect start with a goal after seven minutes, although they still needed three more goals in the second half. Klopp’s decision to bring in Wijnaldum in place of Robertson was an emotional one. turning point, when the Dutch player scored 2 consecutive goals to level the score. The iconic moment of the game came when 20-year-old Trent Alexander-Arnold scored a quick corner to help Origi score in the 79th minute, sending Anfield into ecstasy.
Liverpool 3-3 AC Milan (3-2 penalties)
5/25/2005 – Champions League – Ataturk . Stadium
Being led by the Serie A champions by 3 goals in the first half with the task of scoring the same number of goals against a defense led by the peerless Paolo Maldini, it seemed like there was no chance for Liverpool. But the greatest comeback in Champions League history was started by Steven Gerrard, who regained a goal in the 54th minute, before Vladimir Smicer and Xabi Alonso scored twice in succession to level the score, all just wrapped up. in just 10 minutes. After two deadlocked extra time, Liverpool won the penalty shootout thanks to the ecstasy of goalkeeper Jerzy Dudek.