Ex AC Milan and Chelsea forward Andriy Shevchenko admits he is likely never to get over his Milan side losing the Champions League final to Premier League side, Liverpool in 2005.
The Italians got into an early 3-0 lead in the first half of the game, all thanks to excellent performances from Shevchenko, Ricardo Kaka and Hernan Crespo.
But Liverpool produced a stunning come back, and the Steven Gerrard-inspired Reds made it 3-3 before going on to win on penalties.
The Ukrainian was asked about the game, and he told Corriere della Sera: “The wound is still bleeding.
“It bothers me that they said that we were carried away by the euphoria.
“Maldini said at half time to be careful.
“The first months after the final I would wake up screaming in the middle of the night thinking about it.”
He added: “Now that I am a coach I think about those minutes in which we scored three goals.
“It is not a criticism of Ancelotti, but I would have stopped the game, changed something.”