One man who has taken particular pleasure in Liverpool's success this season is Sky Sports' seasoned match commentator, Martin Tyler.

Throughout his 40 years in broadcasting, his voice has provided the soundtrack to a plethora of the Reds' most famous moments.

'Liverpool lead in stoppage time!' was the cry after Stan Collymore thundered home the winner against Newcastle United in 1996 in Tyler's personal favourite game.

'Lovely cushioned header for Gerrard!' he called as the Reds' skipper blasted Liverpool into the knockout stages of the Champions League in 2004 with his strike past Olympiacos.

Philippe Coutinho's name was being bellowed last weekend during the dramatic win over Manchester City - another unforgettable moment in what has been a memorable campaign covering the Reds for Tyler.

He told "They have been wonderful to watch and great to commentate on.

"It's funny, I spent a lot of my early years as a commentator covering very successful Liverpool sides but my son and daughter, who are in their mid-20s and haven't any real experience of that, are getting to know just how special Liverpool are.

"Of course, there are many people in Liverpool who remember the great times and are starting to feel as though they're coming again.

"Whether those times are about to come back is something we'll find out very soon, but regardless of that, it has been a brilliant season.

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"As we speak, it's still in Liverpool's hands and the prospect of recording 14 consecutive victories is a huge one. Arsenal once did 13 in a row, drawing the game before that run en route to winning the title, so maybe a draw within the final few games would be enough for Liverpool if they get three wins.

"I'm sweating a little bit because two years ago when Sergio Aguero scored to win Manchester City the title with the last kick of the season, I said: 'I swear you'll never see anything like this again!'

"Well, two years on and we may see something even more dramatic take place. I'm completely unbiased so all I can do is say: may the best team win."

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