Perhaps the best of all its qualities (strong press, defensive solidity, whirlwind attack) is the drama sensation of such an opportunity.

Similar to the League Cup final at Wembley earlier this year, Jurgen Klopp’s men needed a penalty to see off Chelsea and lift the silverware at the same stadium.

It is unlikely that the Reds will be the first British team to win all three national competitions and the Europa League, but thanks to this FA Cup victory, it could be quadrupled.

This season’s cabinets have two trophies and two more rooms. That’s why Liverpool fans are dreaming. History may still be made.

As with the League Cup final, the scoreless 120 minutes believed in the quality of the match. Opportunities were created and the goalposts rattled, but it was probably appropriate that the finals were decided in the most theatrical way on the 150th anniversary of football’s oldest cup tournament.

Chelsea missed the second penalty (Cesar Azplicueta) and Liverpool missed the fifth penalty (Sadio Mané). The first 10 penalties couldn’t determine the outcome, so there was a sense of déjà vu and the match died suddenly. The League Cup final ended 11-10 with a penalty that the goalkeeper had to step up to.

However, Alison Becker saved Mason Mount’s spot kick, so this time with less penalty, Konstantinos Tsimikas had a chance to become an unlikely hero.

Greece International is not a regular starter in Liverpool, but it is a cool slotted house to inspire a fun celebration from the red people.

Liverpool players swallowed Tsimikas, manager Jurgen Klopp sprinted towards his men, and fans flared and saturated the air with a reddish color.

The club’s hymn “You’ll Never Walk Alone” echoed around the stadium when Liverpool fans serenade the team that won the FA Cup for the first time in 30 years at Wembley.

This is Liverpool’s caliber, but the celebration needs to be short-lived as other challenges are on the horizon-the Champions League final at the end of the month and Manchester City’s three points at the top of the league in two Premier League matches. Overhaul the advantage of.

Liverpool fans can celebrate the victory of the first FA Cup since 2006.

Lots of opportunities

Even such traditional occasions, such as pre-kick-off marching bands and royalties presenting trophies, are aware of world events.

Political statements were made, like many epic sporting opportunities. First, Liverpool fans booed the British national anthem, then the captain and officials raised the Ukrainian flag with the word “peace” in black capital letters, and just before the start of this oldest tournament, the players I knelt down.

The match was only a few minutes ago when Liverpool got their first chance. In fact, boys in the red had to score at least once. This was the first 15 minutes of domination, but Chiago, outstanding Luis Diaz, Mosara and Manet were frustrated in front of the goal.

Chelsea played the second fiddle in most of the first half, but perhaps Londoners have the best chance of the period with only a world-class save from Liverpool’s Alison (diving to Marcos Alonso’s feet). I had it. ..

Liverpool’s top scorer Sarah’s early exit this season increased Liverpool’s anxiety as half progressed, but even without the Egyptians, the Reds could reclaim their control before the break. I was able to do it.

Indeed, Sarah’s replacement, Diogo Jota, should have led Klopp’s men just before the break.

Mohamed Salah was a big mistake for Liverpool, dragging the injured.

Chelsea got off to a bright start in the second half, just as Liverpool did in the first half. Again, Alonso was refused to ride the scoresheet. This time, his menacing free kick hit the woodworker and was rejected by the crossbar.

Two of the best English football teams went from toe to toe and had plenty of opportunities for Liverpool’s Jota, Diaz and Andy Robertson. Christian Pulisic of Chelsea (twice).

I was out of breath. She was funny. It was a great atmosphere as both fans raised the decibels on a beautiful London summer night.

All that was missing was the goal. The minutes passed, a substitute came, and a mistake sneaked into the tired foot play, but no one could find the net.

Diaz looked up at the sky when the impressive Edouard Mendy stopped this chance in the 82nd minute. His gestures reflected the feelings of all the fans watching.

Robertson hit the post with seven minutes remaining before Diaz aimed again. But when the full-time whistle rang, the match remained scoreless-for every chance, for all entertainment.

Inevitably, the energy dropped with extra time and the penalty was so close to the horizon that there was little chance.

Again, under British government sanctions, Chelsea suffered the most brutal defeats and became the first team to lose the FA Cup Final three times in a row.

“We’re sad, but we’re proud at the same time we left everything on the field,” said manager Thomas Tuchel after the match.


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