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'Who Scored Liverpool's Last SF Goal At Anfield?' - Peter Crouch's Answer Had BT Sport Studio In Tears

Daniel Marland

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'Who Scored Liverpool's Last SF Goal At Anfield?' - Peter Crouch's Answer Had BT Sport Studio In Tears

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Peter Crouch had the BT Sport studio in a fit of laughter after asking if he was the one who scored Liverpool's last Champions League semi-final goal at Anfield.

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Crouch was on punditry duty for the first leg of former side Liverpool's Champions League semi-final with Villarreal.

Presenter Jake Humphrey decided to throw some trivia his way and asked if he knew the player to last score at this stage of the competition for the Reds.

After a lengthy pause he replied: "Is it me, yeah?"

Humphrey, Rio Ferdinand and Michael Owen all laughed before Crouch admitted: "I forgot I played 15 years ago!"

The answer is of course Divock Origi who scored twice in that famous 4-0 victory over Barcelona in 2019.

Crouch was caught out by a stat similar to this last season - when the answer was actually himself.

Phil Foden became only the fifth English player to score in both legs of a Champions League quarter-final after netting against Borussia Dortmund.

The panel managed to name Wayne Rooney, Frank Lampard and Raheem Sterling but couldn't come up with Crouch who was sat in the very same room.

It's always a good laugh when Crouchie is in the studio.

Liverpool ran out comfortable 2-0 winners at Anfield and managed to stop their opponents having a single shot on target.

They defended resolutely however and they managed to keep Jurgen Klopp's side out in the first half.

Eight minutes into the second half however, they were in front after Jordan Henderson's cross deflected in off Pervis Estupinan.

Goalkeeper Geronimo Rulli could only get a hand on it as it looped into the visitor's net.

Sadio Mane doubled Liverpool's advantage after a lovely finish from a Mohamed Salah pass.

Image Credit: Alamy
Image Credit: Alamy

The two sides will meet again in Spain next Tuesday to set up a huge final with either Manchester City or Real Madrid.

They played out an absolute classic at the Etihad Stadium in the first leg of their semi-final, with City emerging as 4-3 winners.

Topics: Peter Crouch, Liverpool

Daniel Marland
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