Each day this week, we'll celebrate one of Liverpool's five previous European Cup triumphs, beginning today with when it all started: 1977.

As the Reds get ready to face Real Madrid in Kiev on Saturday, get in the mood by reliving free highlights of how the club has conquered the continent in the past.

It was Bob Paisley who guided Liverpool to become Kings of Europe in 1977, when they beat German outfit Borussia Monchengladbach 3-1 in Rome.

Kopites' journeys to the Italian capital have claimed legendary status - with trains, coaches and planes all draped in red.

As for the final itself, Kirkby's finest Terry McDermott fired the Reds into the lead at the Stadio Olimpico.

And although Danish star Allan Simonsen levelled, Paisley's charges weren't to be denied.

Tommy Smith headed home to make it 2-1 before Phil Neal wrapped things up from the penalty spot, allowing Emlyn Hughes to proudly lift 'Old Big Ears' for the first time.

Watch free highlights of the 1977 final above.

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