On this day, on March 26, 1983, a certain Bob Paisley led Liverpool defeated Ron Atkinson’s Manchester United 2-1 in the League Cup final, with the goals coming from left-back Alan Kennedy and winger Ronnie Whelan. While for Manchester United, centre-forward Norman Whiteside scored a consolation. Liverpool may carry a record of most number of Football League Cups, but this 1983 was their last one under Bob Paisley. Ironically, it were Manchester United who opened the scoring in as early as the 12th minute, but an equalizer in the 75th minute by Kennedy took the game into the extra-time. Liverpool struck the blow in the 98th minute when Whelan found the net with his effort. Liverpool went on to defend their title in the following season and then took a whopping 11 years to win another Football League Cup. As things stand for Bob Paisley, he spent his entire professional career at Liverpool, playing there from 1939 to 1954 before joining the training staff. So when Bill Shankly retired in 1974, Paisley took the reigns and guided Liverpool to six Football League First Divisions and three Football League Cups. And it was under him where Liverpool; won three European Cups and one UEFA Cup.