, Just after the start of the second half of extra time Cardiff made their final substitution, replacing McNaughton with Darcy Blake. Cardiff were appearing in their first final, while Liverpool were appearing in the final for the eleventh time; they had previously won seven and lost three finals.
The overall winner was Kenny Dalglish ahead of Steven Gerrard. It was the final match of the 2011–12 Football League Cup, the 52nd season of the Football League Cup, a football competition for the 92 teams in the Premier League and the Football League. Liverpool also scored with their next penalty courtesy of Kuyt to level the shoot-out at 1–1. , "Clattenburg to oversee Carling Cup Final", "Cardiff 1–0 Crystal Palace (agg 1–1, pen 3–1)", "Liverpool 2–2 Manchester City (3–2 agg)", "Carling Cup final: Liverpool's return to Wembley, 16 years on from the Spice Boys, cream suits and all that", "Cardiff City v Liverpool: match preview", "Malky Mackay has Cardiff dreaming of a happy return down Wembley way", "Liverpool won't get carried away, says Dalglish", "Kenny Dalglish keen to end Liverpool trophy drought", "Carling Cup final 2012: no national anthems to be played ahead of Liverpool's clash with Cardiff City", "Carling Cup final: Cardiff City v Liverpool", "Kenny Dalglish believes Carling Cup win can inspire Liverpool", "Liverpool 'desperate' for Carling Cup win – Kuyt", "Malky Mackay proud of Cardiff despite Carling Cup final loss", "Anthony Gerrard says Carling Cup penalty miss 'will haunt me forever, "The Npower Football League Championship: Table", Football League 100th Championship Challenge, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=2012_Football_League_Cup_Final&oldid=985249943, February 2012 sports events in the United Kingdom, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 24 October 2020, at 21:19. They won the match 1–0 courtesy of a Joe Mason goal in the first half.  Whittingham was next for Cardiff and he scored to level the shoot-out at 2–2. Both Liverpool and Cardiff's matches were close affairs; their biggest margins of victory was by two goals.  Cardiff were struggling after the goal with a number of their players suffering from cramp. Updated to match(es) played on 19 May 2013.  The second leg at the Cardiff City Stadium started well for Cardiff when they went ahead in the seventh minute after an own-goal from Palace defender Gardner, which levelled the aggregate score at 1–1.
Cardiff were appearing in their first final, while Liverpool were appearing in the final for the eleventh time; they had previously won seven and lost three finals.  Towards the end of the half Cardiff began to exert more pressure on Liverpool.  Adam took the next penalty for Liverpool, he also missed, placing his shot over the Cardiff goal. ", Liverpool's last match before the final was against Brighton & Hove Albion in the FA Cup, which they won 6–1. fans in 2006 revealed their opinion on the "100 players who shook the Kop", i.e.
– 100 players who shook the Kop, List of Liverpool F.C.  They were drawn against Exeter City in the second round.
Therefore, Cardiff progressed through six rounds to reach the final, whereas Liverpool progressed through five.  Liverpool won a corner with a minute remaining but they were unable to score and the referee brought extra time to an end with the scores level, resulting in a penalty shoot-out. The resulting corner was met by Carroll, but his header was wide of the Cardiff goal. Neither side scored again and the match ended 1–0. The resulting throw from Gunnarsson was flicked on by Gestede, but it was headed away by Liverpool.
Liverpool's manager Kenny Dalglish stated in the aftermath, that the victory would lead to more trophies. First Team Staff Jürgen Klopp Peter Krawietz Pepijn Lijnders John Achterberg Jack Robinson Vitor Matos Andreas Kornmayer Philipp Jacobsen Conall Murtagh Tom King Jordan Fairclough Paul Small Lee … Jamie Carragher has made the second most appearances with 737. Immediately afterwards Johnson's cross was cleared by Mark Hudson, the ball fell to Charlie Adam who sent his shot just wide of the Cardiff goal.
Two goals from Peter Whittingham and Nathaniel Jarvis secured a 3–1 victory for Cardiff. It was the final match of the 2011–12 Football League Cup, the 52nd season of the Football League Cup, a football competition for the 92 teams in the Premier League and the Football League. I know how much the players have enjoyed it and it gives you a wee flavour to come back and do it again." We want to keep going. Dalglish stated that victory: "means a lot to me, more importantly it means a lot to a lot of people who have had to endure a few years when we've not been [to Wembley]. , A week before the final Cardiff played Ipswich Town in the 2011–12 Football League Championship – it was their last match before the final, which they lost 3–0. The least expensive tickets cost £40, which was £2 more than last year. Since playing their first competitive match, more than 800 players have made a competitive first-team appearance for the club, of whom 216 players have made at least 100 appearances (including substitute appearances); those players are listed here. The 2012 Football League Cup Final was a football match between Cardiff City and Liverpool on 26 February 2012 at Wembley Stadium, London.  Brendan Rodgers was unveiled as his replacement on 1 June 2012.  Cardiff had another chance in the 56th minute; a Gunnarsson long throw was punched away by Reina, but the clearance fell to Hudson, who headed the ball into the Liverpool penalty area to Gestede, his subsequent header was blocked by the Liverpool goalkeeper.  Liverpool were drawn against Chelsea in the subsequent round. Liverpool beat Manchester City to reach the final, whereas Cardiff progressed via a penalty shoot-out against Crystal Palace.  Liverpool responded by pushing men forward in an attempt to level the score.
 Liverpool had the first chance to score in extra time, but Suárez's header was cleared off the line by Andrew Taylor. With the score at 2–2 at the end of extra-time the match went to a penalty shoot-out. , Stoke City were Liverpool's opponents in the fourth round. , Cardiff were appearing in their first League Cup final; they had previously reached the semi-final of the competition in the 1965–66 season, when they were beaten by West Ham United 5–1 on aggregate. , Liverpool entered the competition in the second round, as one of the twelve teams from the Premier League who were not involved in European competition during the season. Liverpool took the lead in the shoot-out when Downing converted his penalty. Dirk Kuyt extended the lead in the second half, scoring in the 82nd minute. Despite their numerical advantage Cardiff were unable to a second goal during the 90 minutes and extra-time and the tie went to a penalty shoot-out.  Cardiff played West Ham United in their first match after the final, which they lost 2–0.
, Crystal Palace were Cardiff's opponents in the semi-final which was played over two-legs.
A goal each from Conway and Cowie gave Cardiff a 5–3 victory and progression to the third round. The score remained 2–2 until full-time and throughout extra-time, which mean the match would be decided by a penalty shoot-out.
Liverpool's record appearance-maker is Ian Callaghan, who made 857 appearances between 1958 and 1978. Last updated: 19 May 2013. Despite this Liverpool scored twice after the interval, courtesy of goals from Maxi and Martin Kelly. Cardiff were unable to secure a second Wembley final, as West Ham United won 5–0 on aggregate.  Cardiff won another from the throw, which found Kiss, whose shot was cleared off the line of the Liverpool goal by Kuyt for another corner. Oxford equalised 20 minutes later courtesy of a Simon Clist goal. Source: Premier League. Despite missing the match against Brighton, Dalglish was confident that Daniel Agger and Craig Bellamy would be fit for the final. Cardiff's first penalty was taken by Miller, but he also missed with his shot hitting the post. Liverpool needed to find an equaliser, and seven minutes after Džeko's goal they did, when Bellamy scored.
The subsequent free-kick was cleared by Whittingham only as far as Henderson whose shot was wide of the Cardiff goal. Last updated: 12 August 2012. Their league form faltered after the victory and they finished the season in 8th place.
Pre-season saw a change of manager for Liverpool, with Kenny Dalglish being sacked on 16 May 2012. Palace were reduced to ten men in the second half when Paddy McCarthy was sent-off.
Liverpool took the lead in the 7th minute when Craig Bellamy scored.  Just before the end of the first half of extra time Liverpool had another chance. Since that time the club's first team has competed in numerous nationally and internationally organised competitions. Liverpool won the match 1–0, courtesy of a Steven Gerrard penalty. But they were unable to win a second trophy and lost 2–1.
 Liverpool were appearing in their eleventh final; they had won seven (1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1995, 2001, 2003) and lost three (1978, 1987, 2005). Source: Liverpool F.C.
" Anthony Gerrard, who missed the decisive penalty took to Twitter to apologise to Cardiff fans stating that the miss would "...haunt me for the rest of my days!"  Their opponents in the quarter-finals were Blackburn Rovers. The goal meant the aggregate score was 2–2 but City would progress to the final if the score remained the same due to the away goals rule.
As the ball came back to him he shot again and the ball went past Heaton and into the Cardiff goal to give Liverpool a 2–1 lead. The first chance after Cardiff's goal saw defender Daniel Agger advance from his own half towards the Cardiff goal but his shot from 30 yards (27 m) was blocked and went out for a throw-in. players (1–24 appearances), complete list of every Liverpool player since 1892, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_Liverpool_F.C._players&oldid=985246795, Lists of association football players by club in England, Articles containing potentially dated statements from October 2020, All articles containing potentially dated statements, Association football player non-biographical articles, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Appearances and goals are for first-team competitive matches only, including.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has revealed he sent a "long, long" text message to his players after their humiliating 7-2 defeat against Aston Villa.... more » 12.10.2020 20:06 This decision was made to avoid spectators jeering the anthems, as happened during the 2008 FA Cup Final between Portsmouth and Cardiff. Liverpool's record appearance-maker is Ian Callaghan, who made 857 appearances between 1958 and 1978. Positions are listed according to the tactical formations that were employed at the time. However two minutes before the end of extra-time Cardiff equalised to make the score 2–2, courtesy of a goal from Ben Turner. Their last visit to Wembley was in 1996 when they reached the final of the FA Cup, match they lost 1–0 to Manchester United at the old Wembley Stadium. I've got mixed emotions at the moment because I feel for Anthony and Cardiff. Despite this, victory in the final ensured Liverpool had qualified for the 2012–13 UEFA Europa League. The list is sorted by shirt number when total clean sheets are equal. Leicester equalised seven minutes later when Steve Howard scored from close range.
The score remained the same through half-time until Liverpool equalised in the 60th minute, when Martin Škrtel scored.  Cardiff appeared to be playing for a penalty shoot-out, as they were positioning the majority of their team behind the ball and in front of their goal. , Cardiff set up in a 4–4–1–1 formation with Rudy Gestede in the striker position supported by Kenny Miller.
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