We begin our countdown by remembering a truly emotional day for Liverpool as they beat Everton 3-2 in the 1989 FA Cup final.

In the aftermath of the Hillsborough disaster it was fitting that the FA Cup final would be an all-Merseyside affair.

After a spine-tingling version of 'You'll Never Walk Alone' sung passionately by Gerry Marsden there was barely a dry eye inside Wembley.

On the field, Kenny Dalglish's charges made the perfect start when John Aldridge fired the Reds into the lead.

In what has gone down in history as an absolute classic of an encounter, Stuart McCall equalised in the last minute of the game.

It was then left for substitute Ian Rush to torment the Blues once again. He made it 2-1 only for McCall to level the scores once more with a fantastic strike.

However, Rush wasn't to be denied and he fired the winner to seal a 3-2 victory.