Stuttgarter Kickers: Road to Tokyo – Part 14 | @Winkveron

Happy hump day! Here’s Dan with the Kickers’ latest attempt at glory…

We can’t help but be in entertaining matches against these guys.

We win the group, unbeaten, with an excellent 16 points.

We draw 1860 Munich.

In the league, we comfortably win on the road to second in the league.

A late away goal in Bavaria proves crucial.

As we narrowly win the second leg.

It’s Real Madrid, again, in the semis.

Thanks again, VfB. We’re 14 points clear in the league with just eight games to go.

We nab a goal and the crucial thing is we don’t concede an away goal.

After 60 minutes of the return at the Bernabeu, Madrid look to have the upper hand. We lose Svindal Larsen to injury and Patrick Vieira gives them the lead.

But then the tide turns in our favour. Roberto Carlos is sent off.

Bennnnnnnnnnnnnnniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.

Scenes in the Spanish capital.

It’s Liverpool in the final.

The domestic league is almost becoming too easy.

Our city rivals, with their 54,000-seater stadium, are relegated.

Half time in the Champions League final and we lead 1-0 through Skar.

Heskey equalises just after half time.

We both score in extra time to make it 2-2 and the last 18 minutes are nervy after Grundmann is sent off.

Penalties!

Figo’s miss gives Emmerechts the chance to become the hero and he takes it with both hands.

Stuttgarter Kickers are champions of Europe!

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