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Divock Origi serves reminder of Liverpool's strangest goals

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We don't know and don't need to.

Personally, I love a bit of slapstick too and still adore Chris Brass's immortal own goal for Bury against Darlington in 2006 when the hapless defender hammered an attempted overhead clearance into his own face (breaking his own nose in the process) and then into the net past a bemused, and then very young, Kasper Schmeichel in goal.

Many will be personal, a reminder of where you - or your team - were at a particular stage in your life.

Others will stand out due to their sheer ethereal manifestation of the beautiful game which transcends club or country rivalry and chimes with the little boy, or little girl, inside all of us who is still as bewitched by the revolutions of a ball now as when it first captured our hearts.

So you might say Big Div's moment of magic which gave the Reds such joy in a match against big rivals was a long time coming.

Goals have a habit of searing themselves into memory for a multitude of reasons.

Already trailing to Roger Hunt's 18th minute opener, Sprake's unfortunate moment came just a minute before half time.
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