For most football fans, their side going down by three goals in the first half is a sign to maybe find some busy work for the next 45 minutes. This just isn't their day. Just going down by one goal can break the hopes of many fans.
Liverpool fans don't quite have the same feelings.
Going behind in a game when a single goal is of the utmost importance is a death sentence for some teams, but for those with the right character, it's just a small stumbling block.
To snatch a win after going behind you need plenty of character, determination and intelligence. The 1-1 draw at Arsenal this past Sunday is a perfect example. The Reds went down a goal in the eighth minute of stoppage time and still didn't back down and were clever enough to expose the Gunners weaknesses and snatch an equalizer at the death.
The Reds have shown numerous times throughout their history that they are never to be counted out. Sure, there a plenty of times when the comeback doesn't go far enough (this season's 3-2 loss at Manchester United after being down 2-0), and there are also times when the team doesn't look like mustering anything, let alone a comeback.
Mounting a comeback has always been one of the hardest feats in football, but Liverpool FC has really mastered the art, especially in the biggest games.
Here is my list of the top 10 comebacks in Reds history. Your heart will be racing by the end.