kıbrısın apoel takımı 2008-09 sezonu başına kadar 3 kere 10 gol ve üstünü yerken(bkz: http://www.macanilari.com...etir.php?fid=196319647021 ) ,ingiliz liverpool avrupa kupalarında 3 kez 10 gol atabilen tek takımdır.(hollandalı ajax ve feyenoord ise iki kez 10 gol atmıştır)
32 bin 656 biletli seyircinin izlediği bu maça liverpool; ray clemence, chris lawler, geoff strong, tommy smith, ron yeats, emlyn hughes, ıan callaghan, bobby graham, alec lindsay, alun evans, peter thompson onbiriyle sahaya çıkmış.
- gerard houllier's first game at anfield. he went on the kop with patrice bergues: "ı suppose going to the game with patrice that day was a touch of destiny. patrice had come over to spend a few days with me because ı was here on my own, and so we decided to and see liverpool play dundalk. what impressed me first of all was the atmosphere inside the stadium. we were on the kop, and it was fantastic to see the unconditioned support of the fans. ı was also impressed by the energy which was shown in the game, and the stamina of the players. ı think 15 minutes before the end of the match the score was 8-0 and still liverpool went looking for goals. ın fact the score at half-time was 5-0. ın france, if you are 5-0 up at half-time the game is over in the sense that you don't bother trying to increase your score. ıt's not like that in england."
liverpool: ray clemence, alec lindsay, tommy smith, ron yeats, chris lawler, emlyn hughes, ıan callaghan, alun evans, peter thompson, robert graham, geoff strong
teknik direktörü: bill shankly
dundalk: maurice swan, des o'reilly, tommy mcconville, francis brennan, laurence gilmore (dk. 46 derek stokes), charles hendricks, eamonn carroll, tony bartley, turlough o'connor, kevin murray, paddy turner
teknik direktörü: liam tuohy
gol: (1-0) dk. 1 alun evans (2-0) dk. 10 chris lawler (3-0) dk. 24 tommy smith (4-0) dk. 36 robert graham (5-0) dk. 38 alun evans (6-0) dk. 56 alec lindsay (7-0) dk. 67 tommy smith (8-0) dk. 69 peter thompson (9-0) dk. 76 ıan callaghan (10-0) dk. 82 robert graham
on the 16th of september 1969, liverpool hosted part timers ırish side dundalk at anfield for the european fairs cup first round first leg. ıt became a night when anfield witnessed their biggest victory. a strong 32,656 supporters were at anfield that night to witness at the time liverpool’s biggest victory ‘“ a record which wouldn’t be broken until strã¸msgodset visited in 1974….
on entering anfield nobody ever considered they were about to witness one of the greatest anfield european nights ever that would have immortality bestowed on it!. the whole of anfield were in full chorus. the kop fully expected a liverpool but nobody expected the reds to win in such style. the liverpool echo’s chris james summed the night up with the following words: ‘œdundalk were hopelessly outclassed, out-paced, in fact out-everythinged. ıt wasn’t so much a football match as an exhibition of torture by liverpool.’
liverpool were 5-0 up by half time, but had started the goalscoring spree almost instantly within the first minute from kick off through alun evans. further goals from chris lawler, tommy smith, bobby graham and a second goal for alun evans sent the reds in at half time five goals to nil.
the second half saw another five goals, eleven minutes into the second half young alec lindsay grabbed his first goal on his debut for the club. tommy smith scored his second goal in the 67 minute, while peter thompson scored another two minutes later. with just under fourteen minutes remaining liverpool had gained an 8-0 advantage but were still determined to go forward looking for more goals. next to score was ıan callaghan while a second goal for bobby graham ensured their names were wrote into one of the most famous liverpool victorys in the clubs history!
ray clemence, chris lawler, geoff strong, tommy smith, ron yeats, emlyn hughes, ıan callaghan, bobby graham, alec lindsay, alun evans, peter thompson
goals alun evans (1), (38) chris lawler (10) tommy smith (24), (67) bobby graham (36), (82) alec lindsay (56) peter thompson (69) ıan callaghan (76)