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Back in the day - for club and country
With no Premier League matches this weekend, here is a look back at some of the best international moments from Liverpool and Everton players:
Liverpool 5 Germany 1
Just over a decade ago, England travelled to Munich's Olympiastadion to play Germany in a qualifier for the 2002 World Cup with a team well-stocked with LFC players. Not even the most optimistic of supporters would have predicted the outcome, especially after Carsten Jancker put the home side ahead with six minutes gone. But Michael Owen scored a hat-trick, with Steven Gerrard and Emile Heskey also getting in on the act, to give England a famous 5-1 victory over their rivals. All the Reds on the pitch were joyous...apart, of course, from Dietmar Hamann...
Wayne Rooney becomes England's youngest goalscorer
Although he only held the record for three years before Theo Walcott stole in and pinched it by 36 days in May 2006, 17-year-old Wayne Rooney became England's youngest ever goalscorer when he fired home against Australia in a friendly in February 2003. The former Everton forward's tally now stands at 28 goals for England in 72 appearances...
Pepe Reina's Camarero show
LFC keeper Pepe Reina was a key part of the Spain squad that won the World Cup in 2010 - not least for his huge character and team spirit. When the celebrations reached Madrid, his amazing performance as team showman and "humble speaker" was as good as anyone else's on the pitch during the competition...
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