unlike Gerd Müller, Franz Beckenbauer or Karl-Heinz Rummenigge had humility is the word, "" has always been hard to fight for a regular place at FC Bayern. The unofficial preamble to the articles of Association reads: "Mia san Bayern, mia san mia, mia san more wia the bull," and of this commitment, you will be met in Munich, traditionally only available to. For example, in April 1981, as the Bayern in the European Cup with Liverpool duel, as well as in this spring, 38 years later. It's just that the competition today is Champions League, and the red-red-duel in the semi-finals played out, but in the round of 16.
Liverpool felt humiliated
Then, as now, the Bavarians conquered in the first leg at Anfield in a 0:0, and with a little luck, would have been in 1981, even more is possible. Kurt Niedermayer hit the bar, Dieter Hoeness gave a good Munich goal-scoring opportunity, just as Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, who was fouled moreover, once the penalty is ripe. After this successful trip to the island, but the bulls went through with Bayern. So it felt anyway, the Scouse, they felt humiliated and were bulls angry on it yourself. With unpleasant consequences for the people of Munich.
Before the return game in the sold-out Olympic stadium, leaflets were distributed, in which the 77,000 spectators were informed about the best ways to arrive to the final in Paris. Liverpool Central defender Alan Hansen recalled: "they said on TV after the first leg a couple of derogatory things about us. We had no class, no technique.“ And then there was an Interview of Paul Breitner, from the opponent, above all, a message read out believed, namely, that there is a lack Liverpool's game intelligence.
"I had to motivate my team for this game," said Liverpool coach Bob Paisley. "This has made Breitner."
Del'Haye Liverpool club legend joined the most sustainable action to its Munich time
Paisley's assistant Joe Fagan had pinned as a precaution, a transcription of the relevant Passage in the wall of the Cabin. Liverpool's late match-winner Ray Kennedy was, in retrospect, not quite sure whether the Translation was correct, "but it has put us definitely in the right mood".
The real game began badly for the English Champion. After a few minutes of Bavaria, Karl Del’Haye to be entered without any Need of Liverpool club legend Kenny Dalglish. Del’Haye came to the start of the season for 1.3 million Mark by Borussia Monchengladbach, and had usually a regular place on the substitutes ' bench. This sliding tackle in the no-man's land was the most sustainable action to its five Munich years. Dalglish limped for a few minutes, then he had to give up.
The Liverpool left but also by the weakening not. Your game was confident and cool and against all the clichés, according to which English teams are always in a panic, had. They were also nervous, as a quarter of an hour was used up before the end of the exchange quota, although the fitgespritzte Ray Kennedy could only run in pain, and his attack partner David Johnson to a hamstring injury, was tormented.
Augenthaler misjudged Kennedy took advantage of it
It was a Combination of the two Injured, that brought Liverpool to the final. Bavaria's young Libero Klaus Augenthaler misjudged a long Pass, so Johnson came on the right wing into the game. His cross into the middle found the unmarked Kennedy who stopped the Ball with his chest, helplessly observed of Wolfgang Dremmler and Hans Weiner. With the next movement chased Kennedy up the Ball with his weaker right foot in the left corner, untenable for the Munich goalkeeper Walter Junghans. 1:0, eight minutes before the end, "suddenly out of nothing", cried the BBC Reporter into his microphone. You do not need to translate.
The Bavarians came back again, but more as an equalizer in the 87. Minute by Rummenigge does not want you to succeed. Even still, it was a bit dangerous, but goalkeeper Ray Clemence threw himself before the feet of the substitute, Norbert Janzon. Another Time, Rummenigge before Clemence was building and wanted to irritate him in front of the kick, but the Englishman just smiled and stroke the German reassuringly on the shoulder.More about
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Shortly after closing and Liverpool was thanks to the Auswärtstors in the final. If it is correct, what is the Scottish driver Graeme Souness told later, then a few of his colleagues were lost in the Munich-based cabin, where they called out the stunned Bayern: "see you in Paris, chaps!" The final in the Parisian Prince Park Liverpool have won four weeks later, 1:0 against Real Madrid. Again, a Kennedy scored the decisive goal. This Time, however, the defender used All, nor in-laws with the offensive man Ray, the heroes of Munich.