Roger Hunt scored 245 league goals during an 11-year career with Liverpool, a record which stands to this date and was part of England’s 1966 World Cup winning side
Liverpool legend and former England international Roger Hunt has died at the age of 83, the club have announced.
The World Cup winner played 34 times for the Three Lions between 1962 and 1969, scoring 18 goals.
He played all six games, scoring three times, as England won the Jules Rimet trophy in 1966.
Hunt spent 11 years at Liverpool, scoring 285 goals in 492 games for the club, winning the league title twice and the FA Cup.
His 245 league goals for the Reds is a record which stands to this day. After leaving Anfield in 1972, Hunt joined Bolton Wanderers, scoring 24 times in three seasons.
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