Arsenal right-back Hector Bellerin has said he will always remember scoring against Liverpool last term.
The defender broke the deadlock in the tie against Brendan Rodgers' men, as he cut in from the right-hand side to curl-in a beautiful goal at the Emirates.
It was the 20-year-old's second goal of the 2014/15 campaign following his first against Aston Villa - a tie which the Gunners won 5-0.
And, Bellerin who had a successful breakthrough campaign last season told Arsenal Player: “I remember that we were all pretty pumped up in the warm-up,” he told Arsenal Player. “We knew it was a hard game, it was an important game, probably one of the most important games of the season.
“I remember there was a special atmosphere in the dressing room and we knew how much we were playing for. Everyone in the dressing room was so excited to play the game.
“Usually when I play I don’t think that much but when I saw that I had the chance to shoot, I shot. I could hear everyone standing up and cheering for the goal. There were so many players between me and the goal that I couldn’t really see the ball.
“When I saw everyone standing up and cheering for the goal I couldn’t believe it. Did I really just score against Liverpool at home? It was a great feeling and the fans’ response to make us keep pushing so we got two more goals straight after was something that you feel. You feel the adrenaline that they give you and make you push forward.
“That’s one of the best feelings I’ve had in my career, scoring the first goal against Liverpool, at home at the Emirates. It was just amazing but the response from the fans and my team-mates made it even more amazing.”