On this day in 2008 Liverpool silenced the San Siro as they ran out 1-0 winners against Inter Milan.
After winning 2-0 in the first leg thanks to goals from Dirk Kuyt and Steven Gerrard, Liverpool were looking likely to progress to the Champions League quarter finals. It was this game that was an especially noteworthy occasion for Jamie Carragher who became Liverpool’s first ever player to make 100 appearances in European competition.
In the end it was a goal from Spanish striker Fernando Torres that proved to be the difference on the night, Liverpool’s number nine hitting a spectacular half volley on the turn from 18 yards to be Julio Cesar. That goal was enough to see the Reds through, winning 1-0 on the night and 3-0 on aggregate.