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The draw for this round was held on 24 August in Monaco. The top two teams in each group advanced to the knockout stage, and the third-placed teams entered the round of 32 of the UEFA Cup.
Based on paragraph 4. Levski Sofia and Copenhagen made their debut appearance in the group stage. All knockout rounds are two-legged, except for the final.
In the event of aggregate scores being equal after normal time in the second leg, the winning team will be that which scored more goals on their away leg: The away goals rule also applies if scores are equal at the end of extra time.
If there are no goals scored in extra time, the tie is decided on a penalty shoot out. The draw for the first knockout round of the competition took place on 15 December in Nyon , Switzerland.
This team is denoted as "Team 1" below. The draw for the final stages, including the quarter-finals, semi-finals and final, was held on Friday, 9 March in Athens , Greece.
Theodoros Zagorakis , the captain of Greece in Euro , was appointed ambassador for the final. The first legs were played on 3 and 4 April, and the second legs were played on 10 and 11 April If the teams were still level following extra time, a penalty shootout would have determined the winner.
Milan scored first through Filippo Inzaghi just before half time. Inzaghi scored again in the 82nd minute, before Dirk Kuyt scored a late consolation goal a minute before full-time.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Olympic Stadium , Athens. Herbert Fandel Germany . Archived from the original on 22 February Retrieved 21 December Archived from the original on 17 January Archived from the original on 13 October Retrieved 8 August They had doubts about the fitness of Lionel Messi going into the final.
He had pulled a thigh muscle during the second leg of their match with Chelsea, and had not played since, though he was included in the 22 man squad for the final.
Barcelona coach Frank Rijkaard stated he would leave it late before deciding whether to select him. Despite being included in the squad Messi did not feature in the final.
Arsenal were expected to line up in a 4—5—1 formation, with Thierry Henry as the sole striker. On the morning of the final it emerged that the assistant referee for the game Ole Hermann Borgan had posed for photographs in a Barcelona shirt for Drammens Tidende , a Norwegian newspaper.
Norway's head of refereeing Rune Pedersen stated that "It is an unwritten rule that referees should not do anything that can doubt their impartial stance".
Lionel Messi did not feature in the match day squad, despite returning from injury and featuring in the 22 man squad, whilst Henrik Larsson in potentially his last game for the club was among the substitutes.
Thierry Henry was deployed as the lone striker, with Fredrik Ljungberg playing off his shoulder. As both teams' first-choice kits featured a shade of red, Arsenal wore their yellow away strip, while Barcelona wore their traditional blue and maroon striped kit.
Arsenal won the coin toss and Barcelona kicked off. The next attack in the seventh minute resulted in Arsenal goalkeeper Jens Lehmann saving from Ludovic Giuly after he shot from a narrow angle.
Four minutes later Barcelona were awarded a free-kick 35 yards 32 m from goal; Ronaldinho subsequently shot wide of the goal.
With 18 minutes played, Lehmann became the first person to be sent off in a European Cup final after he brought down Samuel Eto'o outside the Arsenal box.
Giuly subsequently put the ball in the back of the net, but the goal was not allowed due to the foul. The free-kick was sent wide by Ronaldinho.
Arsenal held onto their lead for the remainder of the half, as Barcelona's best chance came courtesy of Eto'o, whose shot hit the post via a save from Almunia.
Minutes later, Alexander Hleb received a pass from Henry but shot wide of the goal. Immediately following the substitutions, Iniesta sent a pass down the left flank for Larsson, who passed to Eto'o, who equalised for Barcelona.
Four minutes later Barcelona had another attack, as Larsson crossed to Belletti, who ran onto the ball and shot through Almunia's legs to score at the near post.
The remaining minutes saw Arsenal replace Hleb with Reyes in an attempt to equalise, but Barcelona had the best chance during this period, only for Giuly to hit his shot straight at Almunia.
Following this, Larsson impeded the Arsenal goalkeeper and was cautioned as a result. The match finished soon after with Barcelona winning 2—1.
A podium was hastily arranged in the middle of the pitch to present the trophy and medals to the teams. The subsequent match, played on 25 August , was won 3—0 by Sevilla.
Man of the Match: Much of the discussion after the match centred around referee Terje Hauge 's decision to send off Lehmann.
Football pundit Mark Lawrenson stated: He refused to openly criticise this decision, although he did criticise the decision to award Barcelona's first goal, as he felt that Samuel Eto'o was offside.
Wenger was also adamant that his young side would bounce back from the defeat. One person who did criticise the referee was Thierry Henry, stating: I expected the referee to do his job.
I don't think he did". There was much discussion after the match over whether Henry would remain with Arsenal or move to Barcelona, whom he had been linked with a move to over the past months.
I don't think so". However, on 19 May, Henry signed a new four-year contract with Arsenal, ending the speculation about a possible move to Barcelona.
Thierry Henry paid tribute to Larsson's contribution to Barcelona's win after the game, saying, "People always talk about Ronaldinho, Eto'o, Giuly and everything, but I didn't see them today, I saw Henrik Larsson.
He came on, he changed the game, that is what killed the game. Sometimes you talk about Ronaldinho and Eto'o and people like that; you need to talk about the proper footballer who made the difference, and that was Henrik Larsson tonight.
Henrik Larsson , who provided the two assists for the goals, was delighted with the triumph and had no regrets over deciding to leave Barcelona after the match: I feel I haven't played as much as I would love to because of the great players we have at Barcelona".
Fellow Barcelona player Giovanni van Bronckhorst was emotional as he won against his former club: Samuel Eto'o, scorer of Barcelona's first goal, cited Liverpool's comeback against Milan as inspiration for Barcelona's victory: We followed Liverpool's example".
He saved us at crucial moments".