On the 22nd anniversary of the day Ian Rush became Liverpool's all-time leading goalscorer, LFCTV GO brings you an exclusive interview with the Welshman in which he reflects on the moment that brought tears to his father's eyes.

On October 18, 1992, the clinical former Reds striker converted from close range against Manchester United at Old Trafford and in doing so etched his name into the history books by leapfrogging Roger Hunt to the summit of the club's charts.

The encounter itself ended in disappointment as the home side grabbed two late goals to salvage a draw, but the occasion nevertheless remains one of immense pride for Rush.

"It was such a great feeling to break the record, against Manchester United too, who had Peter Schmeichel - a top goalkeeper - in goal," he recalled.

"I knew if I scored then I'd break the record, and the reaction when I actually did it goes to show what it meant to me. My dad was a big Liverpool fan and Roger Hunt was his hero. So when he saw me break the record he had tears in his eyes, which made it an even prouder moment."

For much more from Rush on that landmark day, plus his personal theories on why he proved so prolific and how another could topple his tally, subscribers can click play on the video below. If you have not yet joined LFCTV GO, click here to sign up now.

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