Episode four of #LFCWORLD is out this evening - and to whet your appetite, we've got another edition of 'One Moment in Time' which takes us back to 1981 and the Parc des Princes in Paris…

A tight encounter against Real Madrid finally had its breakthrough with 10 minutes of the 90 remaining when Alan Kennedy hit the game's winning goal - a moment the former Red describes as one of the best in his life.

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"It wasn't a particularly good game of football - it had 1-0 written all over it," said Kennedy on the Reds' third European Cup final win.

"Then, in the 81st minute, Ray Kennedy picked the ball up on the left-hand side of midfield and threw the ball in to me.

"Out the corner of my eye I saw David Johnson at the far post but in thinking about what to do next, typically I just hit the ball.

"If the goalkeeper had stayed where he was, I would have missed and got a right rollicking off David Johnson. But he moved slightly across, the ball went past him and I was off running to all the fans.

"It was one of the best times I ever had on a football pitch and so should it be. Not many people get to play in a European Cup final, let alone score what proved to be the winning goal."

Make sure you watch episode four of #LFCWORLD on LFCTV at 8pm tonight and on demand via LFCTV GO.