Every club has their iconic shirt numbers, the one you think of above all others.
At Liverpool it's the No. 7, a jersey worn by several of the club's greats over many years of success.
The shirt hasn't always been a gateway to greatness, of course, with the likes of Nigel Clough, Harry Kewell and Robbie Keane never quite living up to the standards set by their predecessors, whilst it must be noted that another previous wearer of the No. 7―Czech midfielder Vladimir Smicer―only experienced an upturn in his Reds career when he switched to donning the No. 11, in which he scored during a Champions League final no less.
Others haven't found the shirt to be a burden, though, and here―in chronological order―are seven men who wore it well.