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Continuing our FA Cup final memories feature ahead of Saturday's Wembley showdown with Chelsea, we take a look back at the incredibly emotional 1989 final v Everton.
Ian Rush once again notched two goals against Everton in an FA Cup final as Liverpool won in memory of the 96 on an emotional afternoon at Wembley.
Kenny Dalglish's charges made an explosive start to the final taking an early lead through John Aldridge - the Kop favourite's first ever goal in a red shirt against the Blues.
Stuart McCall equalised in stoppage time to force extra-time and that was to be even more dramatic.
Rush, on as a sub for Aldridge, made it 2-1 before McCall equalised for a second time with a blistering volley.
However, the Reds weren't to be denied and Everton's most feared opponent won the cup for the Reds with a neat header beyond the reach of Neville Southall.
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