Who threw the beach ball Liverpool?


Who threw the beach ball Liverpool?

Who struck the beach ball? Barely 24 hours after the match, unfortunate Liverpool supporter Callum Campbell admitted to the Daily Mirror he was the one who batted the ball onto the pitch.

Who scored the beachball goal?

Darren Bent’s
Darren Bent’s Infamous Beach Ball Goal Vs Liverpool Happened 12 Years Ago Today. “The Stadium Of Light erupts!” screams the Sky Sports commentator.

Should the beach ball goal have stood?

It is basic law in football. The goal should just not have stood. The laws of the game state that if there’s an outside interference the game has to be stopped.

Where did Liverpool finish in 2009?

Despite new signing Fernando Torres scoring 33 goals in all competitions, including 24 in the Premier League, the team finished in fourth place, 11 points behind eventual winners Manchester United.

When was the beach ball goal?

Saturday, 17 October 2009 started badly for Campbell. As he left Liverpool for the Stadium of Light he realised he’d left his red rosary beads – the ones he always wore to a game in memory of his grandma – behind.

What year was the beach ball goal?

Darren Bent’s beach ball goal will live long in the memory of football fans far and wide – and it’s something the former Sunderland striker will never forget himself. Against all the odds the Black Cats secured a stunning 1-0 victory over the Reds on October 17, 2009 – and in the most fortuitous of circumstances.

Did Liverpool win anything in 2009?

They then enjoyed their first win of the campaign, against Lyn Oslo on 5 August, winning won 2–0 with goals from Voronin and David N’Gog. They ended the pre-season with a 1–2 loss against Atlético Madrid on 8 August at Anfield.

What is Liverpool’s worst defeat?

Defeats. Record defeat: 1–9 against Birmingham City in Second Division, 11 December 1954.

What is Liverpool’s lowest Premier League finish?

By virtue of winning the League Cup, Liverpool qualified for the 2012–13 UEFA Europa League. The club’s league form, however, was indifferent and they finished eighth, their joint-lowest Premier League finish since finishing eighth in 1994, resulting in Kenny Dalglish being relieved of his duties on 16 May 2012.