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Ex-Liverpool Striker Reveals AC Milan Mocked Reds Through Wall After 2007 Champions League Final Win

Former Liverpool striker Peter Crouch has claimed that he may hear AC Milan gamers laughing at his facet from their dressing room after they beat the Reds 2-1 within the 2007 Champions League remaining. Milan had been in jubilant spirits after profitable the trophy, taking revenge over Liverpool after shedding on penalties to Rafael Benítez’s facet within the 2005 remaining.

Writing for the Daily Mail, Crouch was giving his personal tackle rampant post-match celebrations – after Manchester Metropolis’s controversial celebrations at Outdated Trafford sparked a melee with Manchester United within the tunnel. Discussing the AC Milan antics, Crouch stated:

After I assume again to the 2007 Champions League remaining in Athens, all that comes into my thoughts is the laughter of the AC Milan gamers filtering by the partitions.

Liverpool's forward Peter Crouch  reacts...

“It was terrible. It is half and parcel of soccer but it surely by no means will get simpler when somebody rubs it in your face.”

Discussing his method to shedding, the Stoke Metropolis large admitted that he struggles when matches do not go his means, claiming:

“You will lose in some unspecified time in the future. It’s a part of the sport. It comes dwelling with you if you lose. I do not are inclined to sleep after video games, but it surely’s worse if we have misplaced. The subsequent day it preys on my thoughts, I am all the time enthusiastic about what I may have accomplished in a different way.

In his prime, Crouch was a daily for the England nationwide group. The 6ft 7′ beanpole established a fame as being an unplayable ahead, because of his towering top. The previous Spurs man has been with Stoke Metropolis since 2011, and has scored 43 objectives in 183 Premier League matches.

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