By Emma Sanders
Luis Garcia took a dig at Chelsea by posting an image of his Halloween outfit on Twitter which replicated his ‘ghost goal’ against them.
The former Liverpool striker posed in a sheet designed to make him look like a ghost, as he pretended to score a goal which may or may not have crossed the line.
Garcia famously scored a Champions League semi-final goal against Chelsea in 2005 before Liverpool went on to win the competition, but the Blues complained the ball hadn’t fully crossed the line.
— Luis Garcia (@luchogarcia14) October 31, 2016
Jose Mourinho frantically questioned officials after the game when the goal proved to be the only thing separating the two teams after 90 minutes.
The controversial incident became known as Garcia’s ‘ghost goal’ and the Spaniard used Halloween to make a dig at his former club’s rivals.
Between April 2005 and April 2009, Liverpool and Chelsea faced each other in Europe on 10 occasions and a big rivalry between Mourinho and Rafa Benitez emerged.
The popular Liverpool star made 121 appearances for the club during two-and-a-half seasons and Garcia was always a fan-favourite, with the Kop creating their own song for him.
This latest escapade will endear him to the Liverpool fans even more.
Garcia now regularly plays as part of the Liverpool Legends squad that tours around the world and includes stars such as Jamie Carragher and Robbie Fowler.
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