The 1977 European Cup Final took place at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome on May 25, 1977. A world-class Liverpool side, packed with internationals, took on German Champions Borussia Moenchengladbach, led by tough German skipper, Bertie Vogts. Although Keegan spent a lot of the game on the floor, Vogts was rarely penalised, and Keegan's dazzling late run into the area put the final nail in the German coffin. In his last Liverpool game, Keegan showed how to lead the line with courage, energy and skill. Paisley's all-conquering Reds paid a fitting tribute to the legacy of those great Shankly years.