LFCTV has launched a new original documentary to mark the 40th anniversary of Liverpool’s famous 5-0 win over Everton at Goodison Park.
Rush Scored Four takes viewers back to the Merseyside derby on November 6, 1982, when the Reds recorded their biggest home win against the Blues.
The documentary was released on Saturday and features first-hand interviews interspersed with archive footage, including memories of four-goal Ian Rush and fellow goalscorer Mark Lawrenson.
Former Liverpool midfielder Steve McMahon, who played for Everton that day, also features alongside BBC Radio Merseyside commentator Charlie Lambert and supporter Stevie Metcalf, who watched from the stands.
Reigning champions Liverpool were last led in a Goodison derby by Bob Paisley and marksman Rush’s display that afternoon is indelibly etched in LFC folklore.
In fact, Reds fans continue to proudly and regularly sing ‘Rush scored four’ to this day.
With a total of 346 goals to his name, Rush remains Liverpool’s top scorer and no other Reds player has surpassed the 25 goals he scored against Everton.
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