Round: S/F, 2nd Leg 1996-97 EUROPEAN CUP WINNERS CUP Stadium: Anfield
Date: Thursday, 24th April 1997
Attendance: 38,948
Time: 19:30 Referee: Rune Pedersen
Coach: Roy Evans Coach: Joel Bats

LIVERPOOL 2 : 0 PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN
1. David James


1. Bernard Lama
4. Jason McAteer


4. Bruno NGotty
5. Mark Wright (C) 79 2:0

6. Paul Le Guen
7. Steve McManaman


7. Leonardo 83
8. Stan Collymore


8. Vincent Guerin

9. Robbie Fowler 12 1:0

10. Rai (C)
11. Jamie Redknapp


11. Patrice Loko 57
14. Neil Ruddock


13. Laurent Fournier
15. Patrik Berger 69

15. Benoit Cauet
16. Michael Thomas


17. Jimmy Algerino
20. Stig Inge Bjornebye


19. Jerome Leroy



13. Tony Warner



2. Daniel Kenedy Leonardo 83

2. Rob Jones



26. Cyrille Pouget Loko 57

6. Phil Babb







19. Mark Kennedy Berger 69






23. Jamie Carragher








© Merlin Football Card
Mark Kennedy - substitute appearance





© Merlin Football Card
Mark Wright - goal not enough






Official Programme. 40 pages.






Kop Stand ticket.


Unused Kop Stand ticket.
Image courtesy of Karl Bolmeer









Official Team Sheet.




Paddock Enclosure ticket.
Image courtesy of Robin Gowers


Centenary Club ticket.
Image courtesy of Karl Bolmeer


Unused Main Stand ticket.
Image courtesy of Karl Bolmeer



Main Stand ticket.
Image courtesy of frogster1962
Photograph from www.psg.fr







Paris Saint-Germain : 1996 European Cup Winners Cup Winners

FORM GUIDE
On the previous Saturday Liverpool lost 3:1 to Manchester United at Anfield. The match had a 11:15 AM kick off time. Gary Pallister gave United an early lead. John Barnes equalised for Liverpool but Pallister scored again just before half time and Andy Cole scored the third goal in the second half to put the visitors in pole position to win the Premiership.

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Barcelona won the 1997 European Cup Winners Cup 1:0 against Paris Saint-Germain in Rotterdam.


France Football magazine, dated 25th of April 1997, reviews the match.

Commemorative football cover produced by Dawn Cover Productions.
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WHAT HAPPENED NEXT?
The following Saturday Liverpool won 2:1 against Tottenham Hotspur at Anfield. The match had a 6:15 PM kick off time. Darren Anderton gave Spurs an early lead. Stan Collymore equalised and Patrik Berger scored the winner before half time. The result left Liverpool in 2nd position in the Premier League on 67 points after 36 matches; 3 points behind leaders Manchester United who had played a match less. Liverpool finished the season in 4th position on 68 points; the same number as Newcastle United and Arsenal and 7 points behind champions Manchester United. The two defeats at home to Coventry and Manchester United in April had proved crucial. In the FA Cup, Liverpool lost 4:2 to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in the 4th round. The League Cup had ended in the 5th round with a 2:1 defeat to Middlesbrough at the Riverside stadium.



JUST FOR THE RECORD - THE SEASON STATISTICS



APPEARANCES / SCORERS: 8 Matches / 18 Goals (2.25 goals per match) s = Substitute appearance








Players Used: 17
Ever-present: 4 - Bjornebye, James, McAteer, McManaman
Players Scored: 7
Leading Scorer: Fowler - 7 goals



TOTAL HOME ATTENDANCE 156,801
TOTAL AWAY ATTENDANCE 68,109



224,910

Average Home Attendance: 39,200









KM
Miles

Kouvola 1951
1213

Sion 1089
677

Bergen 920
572

Paris 626
389









4586
2851


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