It was the 29th November 1998, Liverpool were leading 2-0 at home to bottom of the table Blackburn Rovers and there were just seconds left of the game.
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However, it was an important moment for one young Red. On came 18-year-old Steven Gerrard for his Premier League debut, with the youngster barely having time to touch the ball before the whistle went.
Almost 17 years later, Gerrard has made over 700 appearances for the club and is contemplating a summer move to LA Galaxy, ending a near three-decade association with our football club as a whole.
In the list below we count down the Liverpool players who welcomed Gerrard to the Anfield-fold all those years ago. Check it out and see how many you remember!
GK) David James
James left Liverpool the following year, joining Aston Villa. His lengthy career took him to seven further clubs, including teams in Iceland and India. Since retiring he has recently been working as a pundit for BT Sport.
RB) Jamie Carragher
He was little more than a utility man at this stage of his career. However, he would soon progress to being a regular at centre-back, playing more than 700 games in all competitions, establishing himself as a Champions League winning legend in the process. Retired in 2013 and now works for Sky.
CB) Phil Babb
He joined Sporting Lisbon at the turn of the century and then finished his playing career with Sunderland in 2004. More recently, he enjoyed his first jaunt into management with Conference South side Hayes & Yeading.
CB) Steve Staunton
This game came midway through his second spell at Liverpool. He left for a second time in 2000, going on to play for Aston Villa, Coventry and Walsall before retiring in 2005. Managed Ireland and Darlington but left the latter in 2010.
LB) Stig Inge Bjornebye
The Norwegian also left us in 2000, finishing his playing career with three years at Blackburn Rovers. He took over as assistant manager of his country before also having a spell in charge of IK Start, which ended in 2007.