Liverpool legend Ian Rush is the latest to receive a wall mural at Anfield.
The new mural, designed by MurWalls, pays tribute to Liverpool’s record goalscorer who scored a record 346 goals in all competitions for the Reds across two spells from 1980 to 1986 and 1988 to 1996.
The No9’s goal tally is a record that is unlikely to ever be broken: standing 61 goals above second-placed Roger Hunt and more than double the goals of current hero Mohamed Salah who is currently on 155.
The new mural adds to a collection of LFC players such as Salah, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Jordan Henderson from the current squad, plus legends such as Ray Clemence, Ian St. John, Steven Gerrard, Alan Hansen and Kenny Dalglish.
The new design is in a prime location on the wall of a house right opposite Anfield’s Main Stand, on the corner of Alroy Road.
The new mural is now complete and in place for the final game of the season on Sunday against Wolves.