Barcelona VS. Liverpool
One of the actual signs of their evolution as a continental power. The first encounter with Barcelona vs Liverpool was on a fragile night at Camp Nou in the spring of 1976. Bob Paisley’s first European campaign as Reds manager ends with the second round eliminated from the Cup Winners’ Cup at the hands of the Ferencovers.
But next season his team stretched past Hibernian, Real Sociedad, Slask Rokla and Dynamo Dresden to qualify for the UEFA Cup semi-finals. Waiting was training for one of Barca’s Hennes Weisweiler, but the real leader was Magisterial Johan Cruyff.
How many times has Barcelona won against Barca vs. Liverpool?
How many times has Liverpool win the Champions League?
Did Liverpool ever win the Premier League?
When did Messi start playing in Barcelona?
17 in October 2004
In the first leg, Paisley has seen the courage to switch tactics and play Kevin Keegan as an out-and-out striker, as an attacking midfielder. As was the standard practice in European competition. In the 13th minute, John Toshack pulled a long ball to Keegan, collected the return pass, and threw a finish in the bottom corner, and Gambit paid off in the 13th minute.
Barca was unable to seek meaningful answers- Frustrated home fans took to the moment of a famous comic when Welsh defender Joey Jones started to throw cushions at the pitch. Only to be reprimanded by Paisley.
“Let’s face it, Liverpool must cross now,” so Cruyff’s grief proved that, although Enfield’s second leg was not a full-fledged trip, Barca’s Carlos Rexach responded immediately after Phil Thompson’s strike early in the second half.
Champions League group stage
Liverpool name in the same group as Barsa in the Champions League 2001-2002. Michael Owen led the Reds, but Patrick Kluvert returned a couple of minutes before half-time. Fabio Rochemback tied the tie on his head before Mark Overmars finished six minutes ahead of the expected time.
How many Champions Leagues have Barcelona won?
Barcelona has won 5 times UEFA Champions Leagues have Barcelona.
Overmyer’s goal is one of the best team goals in the history of the competition. Before Davian, Barca made 24 passes in a row, scoring a goal from Javier Jerry Dudek. Former Barcelona man Cesc Fabregas chose it as his biggest Barcelona goal. “I remember that fantastic goal scored by Marc Overmars against Liverpool, he said in 2010, via the Telegraph.
Barcelona and Liverpool players list
Liverpool Players List
13 Alisson (Goalkeeper) Brazil 02/10/1992
62 Caoimhin Kelleher (Goalkeeper) Ireland 23/11/1998
22 Simon Mignolet (Goalkeeper) Belgium 06/03/1988
18 Alberto Moreno (Defender) Spain 05/07/1992
66 Trent Alexander-Arnold (Defender) England 07/10/1998
12 Joe Gomez (Defender) England 23/05/1997
51 Ki-Jana Hoever (Defender) Netherlands 18/01/2002
6 Dejan Lovren (Defender) Croatia 05/07/1989
32 Joel Matip (Defender) Cameroon 08/08/1991
26 Andrew Robertson (Defender) Scotland 11/03/1994
4 Virgil van Dijk (Defender) Netherlands 08/07/1991
57 Isaac Christie-Davies (Midfielder) Wales 18/10/1997
3 Fabinho (Midfielder) Brazil 23/10/1993
14 Jordan Henderson (Midfielder) England 17/06/1990
48 Curtis Jones (Midfielder) England 30/01/2001
8 Naby Keïta (Midfielder) Guinea 10/02/1995
20 Adam Lallana (Midfielder) England 10/05/1988
7 James Milner (Midfielder) England 04/01/1986
21 Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (Midfielder) England 15/08/1993
64 Rafael Camacho (Midfielder) Portugal 22/05/2000
5 Georginio Wijnaldum (Midfielder) Netherlands 11/11/1990
24 Rhian Brewster (Forward) England 01/04/2000
10 Sadio Mané (Forward) Senegal 10/04/1992
27 Divock Origi (Forward) Belgium 18/04/1995
9 Roberto Firmino (Forward) Brazil 02/10/1991
11 Mohamed Salah (Forward) Egypt 15/06/1992
23 Xherdan Shaqiri (Forward) Switzerland 10/10/1991
15 Daniel Sturridge (Forward) England 01/09/1989
58 Ben Woodburn (Forward) Wales 15/10/1999
Barcelona Players List
1 Marc-André Ter Stegen (Goalkeeper) Germany 30/04/1992
13 Neto Neto (Goalkeeper) Brazil 19/06/1989
26 Inaki Pena (Goalkeeper) Spain 2/03/1999
15 Clement Lenglet (Defender) France 17/06/1995
23 Samuel Umtiti (Defender) France Cameroon 14/11/1993
3 Gerard Pique (Defender) Spain 02/02/1987
6 Jean-Clair Todibo (Defender) France 30/12/1999
18 Jordi Alba (Defender) Spain 21/03/1989
24 Junior Firpo (Defender) Spain 22/08/1996
Getafe CF Marc Cucurella (Defender) Spain 22/07/1998
2 Nelson Semedo (Defender) Portugal
16 Moussa Wague (Defender) Senegal 4/10/1998
5 Sergio Busquets (Midfielder) Spain 16/07/1988
FC Twente Enschede (Midfielder) Spain 20/01/1999
21 Frenkie de Jong (Midfielder) Netherlands 12/05/1997
8 Arthur (Midfielder) Brazil 12/08/1996
20 Sergi Roberto (Midfielder) Feb Spain 7/02/1992
4 Ivan Rakitic (Midfielder) Croatia Switzerland 10/03/1988
19 Carles Alena (Midfielder) Spain 5/01/1998
22 Arturo Vidal (Midfielder) Chile 22/05/1987
Bayern Munich (Midfielder) Brazil Portugal 12/06/1992
Celta de Vigo Rafinha (Midfielder) Brazil Spain 12/02/1993
11 Ousmane Dembele (Forward) France 15/05/1997
31 Ansu Fati (Forward) Guinea-Bissau Spain 31/10/2002
Istanbul Basaksehir FK Arda Turan (Forward) Turkey 30/01/1987
10 Lionel Messi (Forward) Argentina 24/06/1987
27 Carles Perez (Forward) Spain 16/02/1998
17 Antoine Griezmann (Forward) France 21/03/1991
9 Luis Suarez (Forward) Uruguay Italy 24/01/1987
Barca vs Liverpool Record
1976 30 Mar Barcelona v Liverpool Win 0-1 UEFA Cup
1976 14 Apr Liverpool v Barcelona Draw 1-1 UEFA Cup
05 Apr 2019 Barcelona v Liverpool Draw 0-0 UEFA Cup
2001 19 Apr Liverpool v Barcelona Win 1-0 UEFA Cup
2001 20 Nov Liverpool v Barcelona Loss 1-3 UEFA Champions League
2002 13 Mar Barcelona v Liverpool Draw 0-0 UEFA Champions League
2007 21 Feb Barcelona v Liverpool Win 1-2 UEFA Champions League
2007 06 Mar Liverpool v Barcelona Loss 0-1 UEFA Champions League
2019 01 May Barcelona v Liverpool Loss 3-0 UEFA Champions League
2019 07 May Liverpool v Barcelona Win 4-0 UEFA Champions League