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Another special night at Anfield; another European Cup final. Two in three years under Rafael Benitez and the manager had the extra, rich satisfaction of a victory scored, both on the field and the tactics board, over Jose Mourinho.
And maybe, for the Chelsea manager, there might also be a pang of regret over his apparent attempts to belittle Liverpool's status prior to the semi-final tie. "He has made us laugh," Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard said of Mourinho. "But for him to say that we are a little club was a bit disrespectful. Two European Cup finals in three years is not bad for a little club, is it?" It is, indeed, some achievement and was earned on an evening of raw emotion and drama as Liverpool cancelled out Chelsea's first-leg advantage with a goal by Daniel Agger which was sweet revenge for the defender after the mauling he received last week by Didier Drogba. Liverpool then struck the crossbar and had an apparently legitimate goal ruled out for offside. Both those efforts came from Dirk Kuyt and it was the Dutch striker who hit the decisive penalty after Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina - hailed the "best in the world" by Gerrard and Benitez - had saved two of Chelsea's spot-kicks. If Mourinho, who later attempted to clarify his comments about Liverpool's status, lacked grace then, according to Gerrard, it was there from his players. Both John Terry and Frank Lampard congratulated Liverpool on their achievements which will now see them meet either Milan or Manchester United in the final in Athens later this month as they attempt to recapture the trophy they won in Istanbul in 2005. In that campaign, also, they beat Chelsea in the semi-finals when Mourinho complained about Luis Garcia's "ghost goal", but the only phantom last night was the spectre of Roman Abramovich. Significantly, the Chelsea owner was absent, although sitting in the directors' box was Andrei Shevchenko, who had travelled to Merseyside after being excluded from the team and then apparently declaring himself unfit. This story has been reproduced from today's media. It does not necessarily represent the views or position of Liverpool Football Club.

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