Even now, over 10 years later, it still remains a moment spoken about by Liverpool supporters.
On this day in September 2012, Liverpool took on Manchester United, It was a poignant afternoon as the Hillsborough victims and families were remembered in moving scenes before kick-off. It also turned out to be Sir Alex Ferguson's last visit to Anfield as a manager.
The game was the Reds' first at home since the publication of the report into the Hillsborough disaster. The Hillsborough Independent Panel absolved the club's supporters of any responsibility for the 1989 tragedy, which ultimately claimed 97 lives, and criticised South Yorkshire Police.
Flowers, shirts and cards were placed outside the Shankly Gates and by the memorial to the victims of the tragedy. Both teams emerged from the tunnel wearing tracksuits bearing the number 96, while United legend Sir Bobby Charlton presented flowers to Liverpool counterpart Ian Rush before Steven Gerrard and Ryan Giggs released 96 red balloons.
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A mosaic was also displayed around three sides of the ground during the traditional playing of 'You'll Never Walk Alone'. Luis Suarez and Patrice Evra also put their past problems to one side to shake hands.
On the pitch, the match will also be remembered for an incident that happened during the opening 45 minutes. With six minutes to go before the break, Jonjo Shelvey was shown a straight red card by referee Mark Halsey for a two-footed lunge on Jonny Evans.
As he left the field to make his way to the home dressing room, Shelvey looked at Ferguson on the touchline, and he had a few choiceRead on liverpoolecho.co.uk