One of the heroes of Istanbul, Vladimir Smicer, looks back over a selection of images from the 2005 Champions League final and explains the memories they conjure up.

From his introduction to the game - replacing Harry Kewell midway through the first half - to signing off in his final appearance for the Reds with a decisive second-half goal and a crucial penalty in the shootout, the former Czech Republic international relives all the emotions from that famous night.

On his spot-kick, the last time he struck a ball for Liverpool, Smicer said: "It was my most important kick in a Liverpool shirt. I was 32 years old, a former international player and I thought to myself: 'Take this responsibility'.

"It was like a maturity test for me. I knew it would be my last kick for Liverpool and that I would always be remembered for it so I just told myself: 'Don't screw up!'"

LFCTV GO subscribers can see what else Smicer had to say on some other magical moments from an incredible game in the video below.

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