Liverpool stunned with a 3-0 win over runaway Premier League leaders City in the Champions League quarterfinal first leg.
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There is something special about Liverpool's Anfield on European nights as it transforms into a swirling cauldron of noise capable of inspiring its hosts and intimidating their foes as Manchester City discovered Wednesday. Big games create big atmospheres, but the noise level inside the stadium for Liverpool's 3-0 victory in the Champions League quarterfinal, first leg was noticeably louder than for the January league clash between the two clubs. European success is in Liverpool's DNA and their supporters feel it.It is an unequalled pedigree for an English club and one which Manchester City, whose sole continental success came in the 1970 European Cup Winners' Cup, can only hope of one day matching. Liverpool's players certainly believe the atmosphere played a role in the outcome.
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