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Luis Garcia Has Just Won Halloween With His Fancy Dress Costume

Luis Garcia Has Just Won Halloween With His Fancy Dress Costume

There's a meaning behind the madness...

Jack Kenmare

Jack Kenmare

If you don't already know, former Liverpool star Luis Garcia is most notably remembered for his 'ghost goal' in the 2005 Champions League semi-final against Chelsea.

Garcia's strike took Liverpool to Istanbul where they famously came back from 3-0 down at half time to win the match on penalties.

Of course, the Spaniard was a fans favourite at the club during his three year spell between 2004 and 2007, helping them win their fifth European Cup as well as a place in the Champions League final in 2007.

But this controversial goal has cemented him into Liverpool's history.

In fact, Jose Mourinho is still furious to this day over the decision. In an interview with FourFourTwo, Garcia said Mourinho 'is still seething' over the goal.

"He is still seething. I knew him well from Barcelona and he tried to sign me when he went to Porto. After that semi-final he came up to me and wished me luck for the final.

"I have so much respect for him, as I saw how hard he worked to get to where he is now. He'll always deny my goal, but if I was him I'd do the same."


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Garcia might have respect for the Manchester United manager, but the 39-year-old is more than happy to rub it in the face of Mourinho and Chelsea fans with this fantastic Halloween costume.

"Ghosts will be Ghosts !! Happy Halloween everybody" Garcia said on his official Instagram account:

This isn't the first time Garcia has joked with Chelsea fans about the famous goal. In fact, it looks like it will become an annual occasion.

Back in 2016, the former Liverpool man captioned a picture of himself dressed as a ghost with the words: "Happy Halloween!! Some will find it funny...others Scary."

Brilliant. Never change, Luis.

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