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5. Liverpool 3-1 Olympiakos – Liverpool Champions League biggest win

Liverpool 3-1 Olympiacos is one of the Top 10 Champions League Comebacks

When you need to win a game by two clear-goals, you don’t want to go 1-0 down, but that’s what happened to Liverpool at Anfield back in 2004.

It was against Greek side Olympiakos and the match goes down as one of the greatest nights in Champions League history thanks to a stunning moment from Steven Gerrard.

Rivaldo had given the visitors the lead, meaning The Reds had to score three goals to qualify for the knockout stages.

Florent Sinama Pongolle got one back for the hosts before Neil Mellor gave them a 2-1 win. However it still wasn’t enough.

Up step Stevie G.

With four minutes left on the clock, the Liverpool legend thrashes a shot home from 25-yards to give his side the vital third goal. Cue Anfield explosion.

An unforgettable night, but surprisingly not Liverpool’s best comeback….

4. AC Milan 3-3 Liverpool (Liverpool win 3-2 Penalties) – Liverpool Champions League biggest win

AC Milan 3-3 Liverpool is one of the Top 10 Champions League Comebacks

Somehow United vs Bayern Munich was topped.

Liverpool vs AC Milan in 2005. The GREATEST ever Champions League final. The GREATEST Champions League comeback ever in a final.

The Reds were 3-0 down at half-time to one of the greatest ever AC Milan teams. Paolo Maldini had given the Serie A side the lead after just one minute.

Then a Hernan Crespo brace close to half-time made the game all-but over at 3-0.

However, it didn’t end 3-0. Oh no.

In a six-minute spell, Liverpool turned the game from 3-0 to 3-3.

Steven Gerrard, Vladimír Šmicer and Xabi Alonso scored the goals to put Rafael Benitez’s side back on level terms. It then went to penalties.

AC Milan missed three of their spot-kicks, meaning the Premier League side won the shoot-out 3-2 with just one of their players missing theirs.

Unreal.

Video: Liverpool vs AC Milan 3-3 (Liverpool win 3-2 Penalties) – Liverpool Champions League biggest win

3.  Liverpool 4-0 Barcelona, 7th of May 2019, Champions League 2018/19 – Liverpool Champions League biggest win

Liverpool vc Barcelona Champions League

The latest addition to our special list. Last night, 7th of May, 2019 was a special night in Anfield. The Reds have had a fantastic season so far but it was all falling apart in terms of trophies until last night. Despite already having collected 94 points, they might just lose out on a league title, a record in itself. On top of that, after losing in the final of the Champions League last season, they were about to surrender their hopes this season as well.

A week ago, Messi and company had destroyed Liverpool 3-0 at Nou Camp. Everyone had written off the Reds. To make matters worse for them, they had lost their two star forwards Mo Salah and Roberto Firmino. Indeed the bets had gone so high, nobody in their right mind thought Liverpool could do anything. Except the team itself, of course.

They began in fine fashion with a quick goal and immediately after half time, they turned things around and by the end of 90 minutes, miraculously it was 4-0 to the Reds. What  a night for football!

2. Liverpool 1-0 Chelsea (2004-05) – Liverpool Champions League biggest win

Chelsea fans will be left aghast by this but the Liverpool faithfuls will love it. They took on what was one of the best teams in Europe at that moment and definitely the best team in England in Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea.

The Blues had a terrific season in the league and were trampling everyone in their path in the league and the European continent. They had formidable players like Makelele, Terry, Drogba, Cech, Lampard, Cole and many more. Led by the Special One AKA Jose Mourinho, Chelsea were tipped to steamroll Liverpool.

However, as it all ended square in the first leg at Stamford Bridge, the Reds invited Chelsea back to Anfield for the second leg where everything would be decided. A controversial Luis Garcia goal gave Liverpool the lead. The Reds were happy with it as the “ghost goal” saw Liverpool qualify.

Reports had said Chelsea were so confident of their win that prior to the match they had booked a place for celebration. However, it all fell flat as a resilient Liverpool saw them out and maintained that slender lead to get a ticket for the final!

1. Liverpool 3-0 Manchester City – Liverpool Champions League biggest win

It was a Liverpool team who beat a Pep Guardiola side. City were steamrolling everyone in the league and went on to collect a record 100 points in the league. However, in the Champions League, as it has always been, it was winner take all on the day.

Liverpool had been beaten 5-0 earlier in the league by the same Man City, such was their dominance. So for Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool it was a big win for the Reds, as they knocked out the big guns and favourites of the tournament.

They went on to reach the finals later only to lose to Real Madrid. However, their greatest triumph of that CL campaign remains this match where they not only matched a dangerous City side step for step but also beat them comprehensively.

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