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Thursday, 15 February 2007


Jimmy Rice 15 February 2007
Jamie Carragher has set his sights on bagging a hat-trick when Liverpool visit the Nou Camp in the first leg of the Champions League showdown.
The centre-back helped the Reds keep clean sheets on their last two visits to Barcelona - and is confident a capacity 98,000 crowd can inspire him and his teammates to make it three next week.

"I've played there a couple of times and I'm a big fan of the Nou Camp," he said. "To me the Nou Camp might not just be the best stadium in Spain, it could be the best in the world.

"It's fantastic and I'm sure it's going to be a great atmosphere when we go back there next week."

Carragher helped the Reds force a goalless draw in Barcelona in the first leg of the UEFA Cup semi-final back in 2001. Gary McAllister's penalty in the return leg at Anfield secured their passage to the final.

His last trip came in March 2002 in the second group stage of the Champions League, when Liverpool again held out for a draw.

Despite these successes, Carra warned: "You have to watch top teams like Barcelona and Real Madrid and the top players that play for them. You can always learn things from them."

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