Round: Stage 1, Group B : M5 2001-02 CHAMPIONS LEAGUE Stadium: Estadio Do Bessa XXI
Date: Wednesday, 24th October 2001
Attendance: 6,000
Time: 19:45 Referee: Karl-Erik Nilsson
Coach: Jaime Moreira Pacheco Coach: Gerard Houllier


1. Ricardo

12. Jerzy Dudek

2. Rui Oscar 26
2. Stephane Henchoz

4. Paulo Turra

4. Sami Hyypia 6

5. Pedro Emanuel (C)

7. Vladimir Smicer

6. Erivan

8. Emile Heskey

8. Duda 57
9. Robbie Fowler (C)

11. Silva 60 1:1
13. Danny Murphy 17 0:1

23. Frechaut

16. Dietmar Hamann

25. Petit

18. John Arne Riise

30. Alex Goulart 57
21. Gary McAllister 76

37. Erwin Sanchez

23. Jamie Carragher

10. Marcio Santos Goulart 57

22. Chris Kirkland

16. Martelinho Oscar 26

11. Jamie Redknapp

28. Jose Bosingwa Duda 57

15. Patrik Berger McAllister 76

25. Igor Biscan

28. Richie Partridge

29. Stephen Wright Hyypia 6

37. Jari Litmanen

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Danny Murphy - scored the Liverpool goal

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Stephane Henchoz - superb performance

Estadio Do Bessa XXI, Porto, Portugal Distance from Anfield Stadium: 1429 km - 888 miles

Official Programme. 36 pages.
Match ticket.
Medal presented by Boavista to Liverpool players and staff.
Image courtesy of row-10

On the previous Saturday Liverpool won 4:1 against Leicester City at Filbert Street. Robbie Fowler gave Liverpool an early lead. Sami Hyypia scored Liverpool's second. Robbie Fowler scored again to give Liverpool a commanding half time lead. Dennis Wise pulled one back for Leicester City in the second half. Robbie Fowler completed his hat trick in the last minute. These were his last goals for Liverpool before joining Leeds United in November.

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The following Saturday Liverpool won 2:0 against Charlton Athletic at The Valley. Both goals came in the first half from Jamie Redknapp and Michael Owen. Defender Stephen Wright was sent off late in the match for a second bookable offence. The result left Liverpool in 4th position in the Premier League on 19 points after 9 matches; 2 points behind leaders Aston Villa who had played a match more.

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