In today's Carling Cup Final, second-division club Cardiff City was trying to make history as the first non-English Club to win a major trophy in 85 years. But in the end, Liverpool, owned by a group led by the Red Sox' John Henry, prevailed 3-2 on penalty kicks to win their first major trophy since 2006.
After finishing regulation tied 1-1, Liverpool's Dirk Kuyt scored early in the second period of extra time and appeared to seal the win.
Liverpool hasn't won a trophy in six years, but that will change on Sunday when the Merseyside club dominates Cardiff City in the Carling Cup final at Wembley Stadium. Reds captain Steven Gerrard is hoping the club can be victorious... Read Post
By winning the League Cup final, Manchester City now has 12 major trophies in the club's 134-year history. Manchester City now ranks eighth all-time in trophies won among English soccer clubs, breaking a tie with Newcastle. However,... Read Post