Roger Hunt, an England World Cup winner and Liverpool's second-highest goalscorer of all time, has died aged 83.
Hunt was part of England's World Cup-winning line-up in 1966 and scored an unrivalled 244 league goals for Liverpool during his career.
The club said in a statement posted on their official Twitter account: "We are mourning the passing of legendary former player Roger Hunt.
"The thoughts of everybody at Liverpool Football Club are with Roger's family and friends at this sad and difficult time. Rest in peace, Sir Roger Hunt 1938-2021."
Hunt was born in Golborne, Cheshire on July 20, 1938.
He signed for Liverpool in July 1958 and made his final appearance for the club in December 1969.
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