Top Shocking Champions League Results

#8 Barcelona 0-4 AC Milan (Champion

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A final remembered not just for the surprising scoreline, but for the fantastic quality of an attacking master class by the Milanese. It was only two years earlier that Johan Cruyff’s Barcelona had won the European Cup at Wembley and defenses in La Liga and Europe continued to be terrorized by the twin threat of Romario and Hristo Stoichkov. Milan went into the game minus suspended defenders Franco Baresi and Bruno Costacurta, as well as long term injury Michael Van Basten, a two-time World Player of the Year. The Catalans were heavily fancied and so it came as a great shock not just to lose, but in such emphatic fashion, by what is still the biggest margin of a defeat in a Champions League final.