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Thursday, 15 March, 2001, 22:02 GMT
Clockwatch: Liverpool 2-0 Porto
Minute-by-minute action from Liverpool's impressive 2-0 win over Porto in the second leg of the Uefa Cup quarter-final against Porto at Anfield.
Full-time: Liverpool 2-0 Porto. Liverpool are rarely troubled as they comfortably secure a place in the semi-finals of the Uefa Cup.
90: Capucho chases a desperate long kick from Espinha, but Henchoz safely heads back to Westerveld.
88: Liverpool goal-hero Murphy is replaced by Christian Ziege.
83: Heskey plays a dangerous ball into the box, which is well cleared by Paredes.
77: Litmanen finds Owen in Porto's area with a fantastic long pass, but Fernando Nelson dispossesses him.
73: Liverpool substitute Smicer and Fowler for Jari Litmanen and Emile Heskey.
68: Clayton finds Deco on the edge of the area, but his first touch is poor and Hyypia is able to clear. Porto are becoming increasingly threatening.
66: Jorge Andrade heads over after finding himself unmarked on the edge of the six-yard box.
64: Owen spots Espinha off his line and tries to lob him from the edge of the area, but Porto's keeper is alert to the danger and makes a comfortable save.
61: Fowler heads a superb Gerrard free-kick over when only six yards out.
58: Fowler pauses and tees up Owen, who fires high and wide from inside the area.
54: Liverpool are dominating, but Smicer wastes a good chance when he hits a pass behind several team-mates queuing up in the area.
50: Pena, the top scorer in the Portuguese league, blazes a 25-yard shot well wide of goal.
46: Murphy powers into the area and hits a powerful shot from an acute angle that Espinha blocks.
Half-time: Liverpool 2-0 Porto.
45: The increasingly impressive Owen curls a delicious shot that Espinha frantically manages to palm away.
44: Porto break quickly and Paredes passes to Santos, who blazes a 25-yard shot high over the crossbar.
38: Gerrard's free-kick finds Owen unmarked 10 yards from goal. The young striker heads the ball into the ground, but it bounces past Espinha into the top of Porto's goal. Liverpool 2-0 Porto.
35: Porto's Dmitri Alenitchev plays a clever pass to put Clayton one-on-one with Westerveld, but the Liverpool keeper does well to smother the ball.
33: Murphy collects an excellent pass from Gerrard and hits a hopeful diagonal shot from the left-hand side of the area. Ricardo Silva is unable to stop the ball hitting the far post and going in. Porto appeal for handball, but the goal stands. Liverpool 1-0 Porto.
30: A chorus of boos welcome Secretario back into the fray.
25: Owen makes another lightning burst down the flank and is brought down by Secretario, who is shown the yellow card. The Porto defender goes down in a heap, but the referee will not allow him to receive treatment for several minutes because he thinks he is feigning injury. Eventually the player goes off.
21: Candido Costa wins a corner for Porto, but it is horribly wasted and the home side easily clear.
15: Steven Gerrard takes the ball on his chest and hits a fierce volley that Porto keeper Pedro Espinha tips over the crossbar.
13: Porto's Ricardo Silva is the first player to be booked following a crude challenge on Owen.
10: The home side win a corner following good work on the left from Vladimir Smicer. The ensuing set-piece evades everyone in the area and Porto clear.
5 minutes: Liverpool's Michael Owen evades two challenges on the right wing and plays a ball into the area that is cleared by Porto.
2005 GMT: Liverpool kick-off at an expectant Anfield.
Liverpool: Westerveld, Babbel, Henchoz, Hyypia, Carragher, Hamann, Gerrard, Murphy, Smicer, Owen, Fowler. Subs: Ziege, Heskey, Arphexad, McAllister, Diomede, Wright, Litmanen.
FC Porto: Espinha, Alves, Paredes, Secretario, Andrade, Alenitchev, Santos, Candido Costa, Clayton, Pena, Silva. Subs: Ovchinnikov, Aloisio, Deco, Drulovic, Chainho, Nuno, Maric.
Referee: Kim Nielsen (Denmark).
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