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Rio: Rome is where the hurt is

Rio Ferdinand has never watched the 2009 Champions League final but images in his mind remain as vivid today as they were two years ago.

No-one, from Sir Alex Ferguson down, remembers the Rome showpiece with any fondness.

Going into the match as favourites, Manchester United were ambushed by a Barcelona side that has gone on to be hailed as one of the best ever.

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lukie1222036d ago

There hopeless to Barca!

zootang2036d ago

Speak for yourself

Played 10, won 3, lost 3, drawn 4, goals for 14, goals against 17

Individual results with date, location & attendance:

07/03/84 - Nou Camp - Barcelona 2 - 0 United - 70,000 (A disappointing night from what I've been told)
21/03/84 - Old Trafford - United 3 - 0 Barcelona - 58,574 (Robobo leading a storming fight back from the first leg, United winning 3-2 on aggregate)
15/05/91 - Feyenoord Stadion - United 2 - 1 Barcelona - 50,000 (Mark Hughes' night, two excellent goals)
19/10/94 - Old Trafford - United 2 - 2 Barcelona - 40,064 (Mark Hughes and Lee Sharpe on target)
02/11/94 - Nou Camp - Barcelona 4 - 0 United - 114,273 (stung by the foreigners rule in the Champions League that season)
16/09/98 - Old Trafford - United 3 - 3 Barcelona - 53,601 (One of the finest games I've ever witnessed)
25/11/98 - Nou Camp - Barcelona 3 - 3 United - 67,648 (Same as above)
23/04/08 - Nou Camp - Barcelona 0 - 0 United - 95,949 (A night of containment as we played for the draw)
29/04/08 - Old Trafford - United 1 - 0 Barcelona - 75,061 (Scholesey's rocket settling the tie 1-0 on aggregate)
27/05/09 - Stadio Olimpico - United 0 - 2 Barcelona - 62,467 (Barca worked harder and deserved win

In Sir Alex I Trust, United We Stand!

DavidLuiz42035d ago

Calm down lol , just wish the best luck for man u to win the champions league not the overrated Spanish cheaters!