Jerzy Dudek Stops AC Milan Legends Game To Play Football With Disabled Fan
It wasn't the most exciting of legends games, in all honesty, but former Liverpool goalkeeper Jerzy Dudek pulled off the moment of the match when he approached the disabled section at Anfield.
Dudek, who became a club legend when he saved Andriy Shevchenko's penalty in 2005, decided to make this young fan's day when he handed over the match ball.
He posed like he did all those years ago against AC Milan and saved the supporter's throw.
Now this is what you call a touch of class. Take a bow, Jerzy.
Dudek, of course, was the man between the sticks when Liverpool pulled off their incredible comeback against that amazing Milan side back in Instanbul, coming from 3-0 down at half-time to eventually win on penalties.
It was a glorious moment for millions around the world, and those memories were rekindled on Saturday afternoon when they reunited to play against the Italians.
From the likes of Steven Gerrard and Luis Garcia to Andrea Pirlo and Paulo Maldini, this game was full of legendary figures of the game.
:heart_eyes: Just look at those names... pic.twitter.com/AqQxvPlXv8- Liverpool FC (@LFC) March 23, 2019
It may surprise you to learn that only one player from the 2005 Champions League final is still playing to this very day.
You probably thought he had hung up his boots by now but Milan Baros, who played 85 minutes of the game, is still playing.
The 36-year old, who scored 41 goals in 93 matches for his country and was the Euro 2004 Golden Boot winner, plays for Baník Ostrava.
Unfortunately he isn't playing tonight, but we do get to witness the likes of Alessandro Nesta and Jaap Stam come up against Michael Owen, Jamie Carragher and Djimi Traore.
Dudek managed to scoop the moment of the match, however.
This is why we love football.