In at No.34 in our 100 Players Who Shook the Kop countdown is a Spanish attacker who was vital in the Reds' 2005 Champions League triumph…
Date of birth: June 24, 1978 Place of birth: Badalona Nationality: Spanish Position: Attacking midfielder Years at the club: 2004-07 Signed from: Barcelona Left for: Atletico Madrid Position in 2006 poll: 24
Every Liverpool supporter can remember where they were when Luis Garcia scored his most important goal for the club, the early strike past Chelsea which took the Reds to Istanbul.
The moment typified what the diminutive Spaniard offered to Rafael Benitez's team during his three-season stay on Merseyside, and crystallised the attacker's contribution to our 2005 Champions League triumph.
A genuine flair player with a huge repertoire of tricks, dribbles and dummies, Garcia could occasionally frustrate in possession - but his record of 30 goals in Liverpool colours speaks for itself.
His first for the club arrived during his second appearance - a home fixture against West Brom - and more would follow throughout his debut campaign, many of them comfortably in the 'spectacular' bracket.
Luis bagged three times across both legs of the Champions League tie with Bayer Leverkusen and then stunned Italian giants Juventus with a scorching volley from 30 yards at Anfield.
It was the former Barcelona man who, in the opening moments of the emotional semi-final, second leg with Chelsea, forced the ball over the line to set up a journey to Istanbul and continental success.
The Spain international again breached double figures during 2005-06 and was the scourge of Jose Mourinho's Blues once more - Garcia blasted a beautiful volley which proved to be the FA Cup semi-final winner at Old Trafford.
Suspension ruled Luis out of the dramatic showpiece against West Ham, although his teammates took care of business in Cardiff to ensure he could add a second major trophy to his Anfield collection.
Injury restricted Garcia to half as many appearances during the 2006-07 season and he could merely watch as Benitez's charges reached another Champions League final. He left to join Atletico Madrid that summer.
Appearances: 121 Goals: 30 Honours with LFC: 1 Champions League (2004-05), 1 FA Cup (2005-06) Did you know? Garcia played and scored in Jamie Carragher's testimonial Where is he now? UNAM Pumas