Hungarian youngster Peter Gulacsi showed he could yet go on to emulate our No.25 as one of the finest shoot-out 'keepers in the game when he helped his nation to the last four of the Under-20s World Cup last season.
"I can say that that was the best football experience of my life," he told LFC Weekly. "Going with the national team to a big competition like the World Cup and doing that well was a surprise for the people at home but also for us because we didn't know what to expect."
After emerging from their group, Hungary - who also included Reds youngsters Krisztian Nemeth and Andras Simon in their squad - beat the Czech Republic on penalties in the last 16 before seeing off Italy in the quarter-finals.
They then came unstuck against Ghana in the semis before another penalty shoot-out in the third/fourth place play-off against Costa Rica.
"You cannot judge a goalkeeper on a penalty shoot-out because that is just a little part of goalkeeping," he says. "I was lucky because I had my own little tactics and little tricks and I was successful with them. That was a good thing but to be honest I think it's largely a question of luck."
Also in this week's LFC Weekly - the Reds' 2010-11 fixture list, Stig Inge Bjornebye interview and LFC Weekly's alternative World Cup diary.