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Ian Rush attempts to score past robot goalkeeper

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Ian Rush is one of the greatest players in Liverpool’s history.

The retired Welsh striker was prolific during his two spells at Anfield, scoring a magnificent 346 goals in 660 appearances.

He’s the Reds’ all time leading goalscorer with a tally that might never be surpassed.

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Roger Hunt only managed to score 286 goals for Liverpool; Steven Gerrard finished his career at Anfield with 186; Robbie Fowler, 183; Kenny Dalglish, 172 while Michael Owen bagged 158.

This shows what a remarkable player Rush was during during his 14 years with the Merseyside outfit.

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Video: Ian Rush vs. robot goalkeeper

Rush, who also scored 28 goals in 73 appearances for Wales, found a way past most of the world’s best goalkeepers during the 1980s and 1990s - but could he beat a robot goalkeeper, at the age of 55?

The likes of Lionel Messi and Antoine Griezmann have scored past the robot goalkeeper, who only concedes the most accurate and powerful strikes.

But up stepped Rush and BANG… top corner.

The robot goalkeeper dived the right way but stood absolutely no chance.

Confirmed: Ian Rush has still got it.

Liverpool fans react to Rush's strike

Here’s how Liverpool fans reacted to Rush’s strike…

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Video: Griezmann vs Robot goalkeeper

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