By Emma Sanders

Liverpool fans reacted on Twitter with amusement as Luis Garcia took a swipe at rivals Chelsea by posting an image of him scoring the ‘ghost goal’.

Garcia scored a controversial goal after four minutes of the 2005 Champions League semi-final clash at Anfield between the two sides.

Jose Mourinho, then the manager of Chelsea, argued the ball had not crossed the line after Garcia had rebounded in an effort from Milan Baros.

The former Liverpool striker used Halloween as an opportunity to twist the knife and endear himself even more to the Liverpool fans.

Wearing a long white sheet, Garcia pretended to be a ghost kicking the ball into a small net, but was it over the line?

Garcia’s goal eleven years ago ensured Liverpool’s safe passage through to the Champions League final against AC Milan, where the Reds famously made a comeback to win on penalties in Istanbul.

The Spaniard has since become a Liverpool legend and the Kop regularly chant his name in a song where they claim the striker “drinks Sangria”.

The popular Liverpool star made 121 appearances during two-and-a-half seasons at the club but will forever be revered for his goal against Chelsea and fans absolutely loved his latest Halloween trick.

Here is a selection of the messages on Twitter:

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