Steven Gerrard was the man of the hour on Saturday as he both missed a penalty and scored the winner against Queens Park Rangers in a dramatic finale at Anfield.
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The result has moved the Reds to within four points of a Champions League spot and has take Gerrard up a place in our all-time top scorers list.
For those of you in need of a history lesson, you can enjoy the top ten in full below:
10) Sam Raybould – 130
Played for Liverpool at the start of the 20th century, scoring 120 league goals in just 211 appearances. He would remain our record scorer for almost 40 years. He finished his playing career with Sunderland and Arsenal.
9) Harry Chambers – 151
Chambers spent 13 years at Liverpool between 1915 and 1928, although the First World War delayed his debut by four years. He finished his professional career with West Brom, where he was transformed into a centre-half.
8) Michael Owen – 158
Burst onto the scene as a teenager in the late 1990s. He scored 46 goals during his first two full seasons as a Liverpool player and enjoyed continued success until his move to Real Madrid in 2004, when injuries began to take their toll.
7) Kenny Dalglish – 172
His goals led the Reds to 22 major trophies, including three European Cup wins. He continued as Liverpool manager after his retirement from playing, staying until 1991. He returned for a second spell as boss in 2011.