LIVERPOOL – During Liverpool-Milan, a remake of the Champions League finals between the two clubs of 2005 and 2007, the Polish goalkeeper Dudek became the protagonist of a beautiful gesture. At 38 ', with Liverpool leading 1-0 thanks to the goal scored by Robbie Fowler, Dudek interrupted the game for a few seconds to play with a disabled fan in the stands.
Liverpool-Milan, Dudek plays with disabled fan
At Anfield, as in the other English stadiums, there are no barriers between the pitch and the stands and so the Polish goalkeeper was able to enter the grandstand to spend a few moments with the small fan. This gesture of his has been widely highlighted both on TV and on social networks.
The match was won by Liverpool legends who overcame Milan's old glories by 3-2. Liverpool started strong and went 2-0 thanks to the markings of Robbie Fowler and Drjibril Cissé.
In the second half the Rossoneri grew a lot and reached a draw thanks to Andrea Pirlo's magic free-kick and Pippo Pancaro's right-footed shot. When the match seemed aimed at a draw, Steven Gerrard thought to give the hosts success with an unstoppable conclusion.
– Arturo Minervini (@ArturoMinervini) 25 March 2019
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