As Liverpool prepare to visit Everton on Sunday afternoon, we are reminded of many great Goodison Park moments down the years.
Any Merseyside derby has a level of importance to it, but the weekend clash feels even more significant.
The Reds find themselves top of the Premier League by a point with 10 matches remaining and a win on Sunday would be enormous.
On the flip-side, Everton will know full well the damage they could inflict upon their local rivals, making for a nail-biting spectacle.
The hope is that a few more individuals can etch their name into derby folklore, finding the net at Goodison and enhancing Liverpool’s title chances.
It all started with Mark Wright back in 1992/93, although the centre-back’s opener ultimately proved fruitless, as former Liverpool favourite Peter Beardsley netted for the Blues in a 2-1 win.
It was almost four years until Liverpool’s next goal at the home of their nearest adversaries, when Robbie Fowler poached a late equaliser in April 1996.
There are so many other memorable strikes to treasure, but few are better than Gary McAllister’s last-gasp winner in 2000/01.
The Scot’s outrageous free-kick was a pivotal moment that season, acting as a catalyst for both a top-three finish and securing a cup treble.
Steven Gerrard’s stunner the following campaign is almost as good as his celebration, sprinting down the touchline in front of the home fans.
Dirk Kuyt’s stoppage-time penalty in 2007/08 was derby drama at its finest and same applies to Sadio Mane‘s winner with virtually the last kick of the game two seasons ago.
The Senegalese’s tap-in was the last goal Liverpool bagged at Goodison, with an instantly forgettable 0-0 draw taking place last year.
It is a timely reminder of how much this fixture means in the city, and families and friendships will be tested both during and after the game.
If this doesn’t get you revved-up, nothing will!