Our first edition of classic LFCCTV for the 2013-14 season winds the clock back more than 17 years to the day when a rampant Robbie Fowler obliterated a visiting Aston Villa defence at Anfield.
At the spearhead of Roy Evans' swashbuckling Liverpool team of the mid-1990s, the striker nicknamed 'God' blasted 36 goals during the 1995-96 campaign - his personal best for a single season with the Reds.
Two of those strikes arrived in the opening eight minutes of a hugely impressive victory over Villa on March 3, 1996, with opposing defender and former Red Steve Staunton the victim of one particularly outrageous piece of Fowler skill.
LFCTV Online subscribers can check out Robbie's scintillating performance at extra close quarters by accessing the embedded clip below. If you have not already joined, sign up now from £2.99.
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