Former AC Milan forward Luther Blissett says he couldn't help but 'feel' for his former club after they surrendered a three-goal lead before eventually losing to Liverpool in a penalty shootout in the Champions League final. Blissett, who is in town for this weekend's HKFC Philips Lighting International Sevens, feels Milan only had themselves to blame after Liverpool looked dead and buried at half-time. 'I watched the game last night and at half-time, like probably 99.9 per cent of people who were watching, I thought it was all over [for Liverpool]. It was incredible what they did in the second half,' said ex-England international Blissett, who played for Milan during the 1983-84 season. 'All credit to Liverpool. They were fantastic in the second half and Milan didn't get going until the latter part of the second half and then it went into extra-time. But it was really pretty much over for them because they were disappointing in that shootout.' Blissett was looking forward to playing in Hong Kong for the first time. He was last here some 20 years ago. 'I came here once many years on my way to Australia. We flew over at night to meet up with the rest of the England squad so it was a while ago. I've enjoyed my career. It has been excellent. It would be great playing now.' Blissett will be in action this weekend for the Philips All Stars side which will include a few familiar names like Dean Holdsworth, Warren Barton, Bob Bolder and John Beresford.