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Former Reds striker John Aldridge has expressed his pride at finishing top of a recent Liverpoolfc.com feature which examined the most accurate penalty takers in the club's history.
The 54-year-old converted 17 of the 18 spot-kicks he attempted in Liverpool colours, registering a success rate of 94.4 per cent.
His single miss came in the 1988 FA Cup final against Wimbledon, and Aldridge reflected that his record remains 'bittersweet' even now.
"It was bittersweet finding out that I've been voted Liverpool's best ever penalty taker on the club website," he told the Liverpool Echo.
"I scored 17 out of 18 during my Reds career - a success rate of 94 per cent. However, the one I missed still haunts me.
"It hurts more as a fan than as a player as I know that penalty probably cost us the double."
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