A famous comeback in the 1976 UEFA Cup final is next on our shortlist.

When Liverpool were 2-0 down to FC Bruges after just 15 minutes in the first leg of the competition's showpiece fixture, things looked bleak.

However, Bob Paisley's charges would roar back in fine style as an incredible five-minute period in the second half meant they took hold of the final.

Ray Kennedy pulled a goal back in the 59th minute and substitute Jimmy Case then made it 2-2 two minutes later.

On 64 minutes, it was a complete turnaround as Kevin Keegan kept his nerve to put away a penalty to make it 3-2.

In the return leg in Belgium, Keegan's free-kick helped secure a 1-1 draw on the night and ensure UEFA Cup glory for Liverpool.