"It was one of the major highlights of my time at Liverpool," Brendan Rodgers said in reference to the Reds' 5-1 thrashing of Arsenal at Anfield in February 2014.
Arsenal were top of the Premier League, but the Reds produced a devastating display of counter-attacking football to go 4-0 up inside 20 minutes.
Rodgers came close to leading Liverpool to an historic Premier League title that season, but lost out to Man City and the manager was sacked in 2015 before taking the Celtic job in 2016.
He guided the Scottish club to an unbeaten domestic season in his first campaign in charge to clinch the Premiership, Scottish Cup and Scottish League Cup and has also overseen a 69-game unbeaten run in the league.
And his good work in Glasgow has not gone unnoticed. The Celtic Park faithful may sing about Rodgers being there for 10 titles in a row, but recent reports have linked him to the Arsenal job if Arsene Wenger leaves his post.