2002/03

Winner

AC Milan

2002/03: Shevchenko spot on for Milan

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Matches

Quarter-finals

Barcelona112
Juventus123

Juventus win after extra time

Valencia022
Internazionale112

Internazionale win on away goals

Semi-finals

Internazionale011
Milan011

Milan win on away goals

Final

Juventus0
Milan0

Milan win 3-2 on penalties

All matches and match reports

Statistics

Goals
Appearances
1
Ruud van Nistelrooy
12
2
Filippo Inzaghi
10
3
Roy Makaay
9
4
Hernán Crespo
9
5
Raúl González
9
6
Jan Koller
8
7
Javier Saviola
7
8
Thierry Henry
7
9
Ronaldo
6
10
Alan Shearer
6
1
Paolo Maldini
17
2
Rui Costa
16
3
Francesco Toldo
16
4
Javier Zanetti
16
5
Guti
15
6
Edgar Davids
15
7
Luís Figo
15
8
Roberto Carlos
15
9
Iván Helguera
15
10
Lilian Thuram
15

  Video

Inzaghi reflects on Milan's 2003 triumph

Inzaghi reflects on Milan's 2003 triumph

 

2002/03 in photos

2002/03 UEFA Champions League

Did you know?

RC Deportivo La Coruña beat FC Bayern München on matchday one to end the Bavarian giants' 29-game unbeaten home run in the competition, stretching back to December 1997.

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