Plenty to choose from here - which is your favourite?
With jaw-dropping strikes flying in over the Premier League weekend, we asked Liverpool FC supporters to nominate the best goals the Reds have ever scored.
Terry McDermott's astonishing header against Tottenham in 1978 is widely regarded as Anfield's finest and many fans have thrown their hat in with that one, although the midfielder's blockbusting FA Cup volley against the same opposition the following season also had some support.
We've picked 'a' top five below the stunners that have had the football world drooling in recent days and you won't believe some of the ones we've had to leave out: John Barnes v QPR, Jan Molby v Man Utd and Kenny Dalglish v Bruges to name just a few. Tell us your favourites and we'll make a gallery of the best
Terry McDermott v Spurs, 1978 (nominated by @oldmanwilky)
Tottenham arrived at Anfield bolstered by the addition of Argentinian World Cup stars Osvaldo Ardiles and Ricardo Villa but were simply blown away by a Liverpool side that regained their title from Nottingham Forest at a canter that season.
Kenny Dalglish (2), Ray Kennedy, David Johnson (2) and a Phil Neal penalty put the Reds six up before a Spurs corner was worked clear by Kennedy and Dalglish to David Johnson. The 'Doc' splayed a 60-yard ball down the left wing to the onrushing Steve Heighway, whose first-time cross was nodded home by Terry McDermott, who had raced from his own penalty area where he had been defending the corner just seconds before.
Bob Paisley said afterwards, "That must be the best goal Anfield has ever seen", while the ECHO's Michael Charters wrote "Have you ever heard 50,000 people purr with pleasure? Well, the Anfield spectators were doing that const that the current Liverpool team is playing better, more exciting, attacking football than any side I've seen since the war".
Kenny Dalglish v Chelsea, 1986 (nominated by @Boca38)
The Reds travelled to Stamford Bridge knowing three points would win back the title from Merseyside neighbours Everton, no matter how the Blues did in the final two games.
Dalglish had only assumed the reigns as player-manager the previous May and grabbed the goal that mattered midway through the first half, latching onto Jim Beglin's flick to control on his chest and bury past Tony Godden to send the travelling Liverpudlians wild with delight and set up the first leg of the Double ahead of the following week's FA Cup final against Everton.
Robbie Fowler v Aston Villa, 1996 (nominated by @dannyhl26)
Liverpool were already an early Steve McManaman goal to the good when, only four minutes into the match, Robbie Fowler received a pass from Jason McAteer by flicking it through his own legs, completely bamboozling former Reds defender Steve Staunton and then slamming an unstoppable drive beyond Mark Bosnich from 25 yards.
The Toxteth Terror, on his way to his best ever season tally of 36, added a second and Liverpool's third a few minutes later to leave the poor Midlanders shell-shocked.
Gary McAllister v Everton, 2001 (nominated by @calebleung)
An eventful derby match was deadlocked at 2-2 deep into stoppage time as Liverpool, desperate for three points to keep their Champions League hopes alive, won a free-kick over 40 yards away from the Everton goal.
A similar set-piece minutes earlier had seen veteran midfielder Gary McAllister float the ball onto Sami Hyypia's header, forcing a good save from goalkeeper Paul Gerrard, and the Scot noticed the Blues custodian positioning himself for a similar delivery, giving the 36-year-old the opportunity to whip an incredible low strike into the net to seal the Reds first win at Goodison in a decade.
Steven Gerrard v Olympiakos, 2004 (nominated by @RRedmomd)
Rafa Benitez's side were minutes away from Champions League group stage elimination when Neil Mellor's lovely cushioned header found Steven Gerrard 25 yards out.
The Reds skipper adjusted his stride and struck a sublime half-volley wide of goalkeeper Nikopolidis to send the Kop wild and set Liverpool en route for Istanbul.
* HAVE we missed out your favourite? We've picked ten of the best below, tell us your favourite in the comments section and we'll make a gallery of the best ones