As this seasons competition gets into gear, we take a look at the ten most memorable moments in the history of the Champions League.
We have teamed up with the FA to help draw attention to a great new Exhibition taking place at Wembley.
Items belonging to Europe’s most iconic names in football from David Beckham to Di Stefano will go on display at Wembley Stadium from Monday 29 August as part of a new ‘Exhibition of Champions’.
To celebrate the opening of this hugely impressive exhibition we have collated the top ten moments of Champions League history. We highly recommend a visit to the ‘Exhibition of Champions’ which you can find out more about by visiting http://www.wembleystadium.com/tours.
Later in the week we will be running a competition to win two free tickets to the tour.
10. Oliver Kahn’s Match Winning Penalty Save In The 2001 Final
Oliver Kahn is considered one of the best goalkeepers of all-time and Bayern Munich won their first European title in 25 years thanks to the keeper’s astonishing match-winning performance in the 2001 final. In the shoot-out he saved penalties by Zlatko Zahovi?, Amedeo Carboni and the game-deciding kick by Mauricio Pellegrino. This was his only Champions League triumph and other keepers have lifted the trophy more often but he is the only one to have won the man-of-the-match award in a final.