Steven Gerrard and Luis Suarez both scored hat-tricks for Liverpool on this day in recent years.
Gerrard netted his first Premier League treble for the Reds exactly 11 years ago against Aston Villa during a 5-0 victory at Anfield.
Two of the captain's goals came from the penalty spot, with a perfectly dispatched free-kick sandwiched in between.
Earlier on in the clash, Dirk Kuyt had opened the scoring after eight minutes before Pepe Reina then delivered an assist for Albert Riera.
Suarez, meanwhile, bagged three goals and an assist in the 6-3 win at Cardiff City on this day back in 2014.
Strike partner Daniel Sturridge set up one of those with a wonderful backheel before Suarez returned the favour later on. Centre-back Martin Skrtel also netted twice in what was a hugely entertaining league fixture.
"You look at our imagination and creativity today. I think the crowd felt that every time we were in their half, we could score," boss Brendan Rodgers said afterwards. "We've got footballers, technicians, who can open up a game for us."
In 1990, Ronny Rosenthal joined the club on loan from Standard Liege before making the switch permanent three months later. The Israel international would go on to score 22 goals in 97 appearances during his time at the Reds.
Today sees John Toshack and Harry Wilson celebrate their birthdays.
March 22 also marks three years since the passing of club legend Ronnie Moran.
Moran gave 49 years of service to Liverpool Football Club, taking up a wide-ranging number of roles that included player, coach, physio, reserve-team coach, assistant manager and caretaker manager.