Can you name Liverpool’s XI from the 1984 European Cup final?

Phil Neal Scoring 1984 European Cup Final

On 30 May, 1984, Liverpool capped off one of the finest seasons in the club’s history by beating Roma on their own patch in the European Cup final at the Stadio Olimpico. 

Joe Fagan’s Reds had already secured the First Division title by finishing three points ahead of Southampton and they followed that up by beating Roma in the Italian capital on penalties.

It was their right-back that opened the scoring at the Olimpico before Giallorossi striker Roberto Pruzzo levelled things up shortly before half-time. It remained tied until the shootout, which Liverpool triumphed in, scoring four of their five spot-kicks.

We’re asking you to name their starting XI that night. If you know your Liverpool history, this shouldn’t be too difficult as most of the names remain legendary nearly 40 years later.

If you’re after another challenge after this quiz, why not have a go at naming Liverpool’s top 30 goalscorers in Premier League history?

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Good luck and don’t forget to tweet us your scores @planetfutebol.

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