UEFA.com counts down to the UEFA Champions League final in Berlin on 6 June by looking at the ten penalty shoot-outs that have taken place in the previous 59 finals.
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1983/84: AS Roma 1-1 Liverpool FC (aet, Liverpool win 4-2 on pens)
• Bruce Grobbelaar's wobbly legs will forever be synonymous with the first penalty shoot-out in the history of the European Champion Clubs' Cup.
1985/86: FC Steaua Bucureşti 0-0 FC Barcelona (aet, Steaua win 2-0 on pens)
• Steaua goalkeeper Helmut Duckadam saved all four Barcelona penalties in the Andalusian heat to produce one of the biggest upsets in the competition's history.
1987/88: PSV Eindhoven 0-0 SL Benfica (aet, PSV win 6-5 on pens)
• PSV knocked out six-time winners Real Madrid CF in the last four and then inflicted on Benfica a fourth consecutive defeat in a European final.
1990/91: FK Crvena zvezda 0-0 Olympique de Marseille (aet, Crvena zvezda win 5-3 on pens)
• A disappointing stalemate ensued in UEFA's 100th final, but Crvena zvezda prevailed in the shoot-out to become the first Yugoslav champions of Europe.
1995/96: AFC Ajax 1-1 Juventus (aet, Juventus win 4-2 on pens)
• Though Jari Litmanen cancelled out Fabrizio Ravanelli's early strike, Ajax lost out on penalties as the Bianconeri lifted the trophy for the second time.
2000/01: FC Bayern München 1-1 Valencia CF (aet, Bayern win 5-4 on pens)
• While captains Gaizka Mendieta and Stefan Effenberg traded spot kicks in normal time, Mauricio Pellegrino's miss in the shoot-out proved fatal.
2002/03: Juventus 0-0 AC Milan (aet, Milan win 3-2 on pens)
• Both sides hunkered down, and in the battle of the defences it was Milan who came out on top to become European champions for the sixth time.
2004/05: AC Milan 3-3 Liverpool FC (aet, Liverpool win 3-2 on pens)
• If the 'Miracle of Istanbul' started after half-time, the Reds still had to hold their nerve in the shoot-out – Jerzy Dudek mimicking Grobbelaar's 'spaghetti legs' did them no harm.
2007/08: Manchester United FC 1-1 Chelsea FC (aet, United win 6-5 on pens)
• Chelsea's talismanic captain John Terry had the chance to clinch it but slipped on the spot, with Edwin van der Sar's subsequent stop from Nicolas Anelka handing United the trophy.
2011/12: FC Bayern München 1-1 Chelsea FC (aet, Chelsea win 4-3 on pens)
• Didier Drogba equalised late in normal time then converted the winning penalty in the shoot-out with his final touch before leaving the club after eight years' service.
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