Chelsea 2-0 Liverpool (1981-82 FA Cup 5th Round)

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Chelsea vs Liverpool
0Scoreline Chelsea 2-0 Liverpool
0Date 13 February 1982
0Competition FA Cup
0Referee Stephen Bates
0Stadium Stamford Bridge
0Attendance 41,422

Chelsea vs Liverpool was an FA Cup fifth round tie which took place at Stamford Bridge on 13 February 1982. Chelsea were lying 8th in the Second Division, while Liverpool were the reigning European champions and would go on to win the league title that season. Early in the match winger Peter Rhoades-Brown latched onto a loose ball in midfield and after a clear run at goal slid the ball past Bruce Grobbelaar for the opener. Six minutes from full time, a Clive Walker cross caused a mix-up in the Liverpool defence, leaving Colin Lee with a tap in to seal a famous upset.

13 February 1982 Chelsea 2 - 0 Liverpool Venue: Stamford Bridge
Attendance: 41,422
Referee: Stephen Bates
Rhoades-Brown Goal 8'
Lee Goal 84'
1 Steve Francis
2 Gary Locke
3 Chris Hutchings
4 Mickey Nutton
5 Micky Droy (c)
6 Colin Pates
7 Peter Rhoades-Brown
8 Kevin Hales
9 Colin Lee
10Clive Walker
11Mike Fillery
12Alan Mayes
John Neal
1 Bruce Grobbelaar
2 Phil Neal
3 Mark Lawrenson
4 Alan Kennedy
5 Ronnie Whelan
6 Alan Hansen
7 Kenny Dalglish
8 Sammy Lee
9 Ian Rush
10Terry McDermott Sub off.png 70'
11Graeme Souness
12Craig Johnston Sub on.png 70'
Bob Paisley
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