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Shevchenko opens up on long-lasting mental impact of Liverpool's famous comeback

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The video will auto-play soon 8 Cancel Legendary Ukrainian striker Andriy Shevchenko has opened up on the long-lasting mental impacts he was left with after losing to Liverpool in that fateful Champions League final.

Of course, the famous clash ended up going to extra time and then penalties.

Milan missed their first two, while Liverpool only missed one, meaning the usually cool-headed Shevchenko needed to score to keep them in with a chance for glory.

And Shevchenko admits that he has never stopped thinking about the way in which he and Milan lost that match, even now as the manager of Ukraine.

“It is not a criticism of Ancelotti, but I would have stopped the game, changed something.”

But an utterly rejuvenated Liverpool side fought back in just 15 minutes thanks to goals from Gerrard, Vladimir Smicer and Xabi Alonso.

“Now that I am a coach I think about those minutes in which we scored three goals.
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