Fans pay tribute to Ray Kennedy at Anfield

Arsenal and Liverpool fans came together on Tuesday night to pay tribute to Ray Kennedy.

Ray was a wonderful servant for both clubs. He scored the title-clinching goal at White Hart Lane to clinch the first half of Arsenal's 1971 Double and went on to win three European Cups with Liverpool.

Now 57, Ray is tragically stricken with Parkinson's Disease but was back at Anfield on Tuesday night to watch that incredible 4-4 draw between Liverpool and Arsenal.

Before the game, both sets of fans paid tribute to Ray by holding up coloured cards.

The Kop revealed a white No 5 on a red background to reflect Ray's shirt at Liverpool. The travelling Arsenal fans paraded a blue No 10 on a yellow background to symbolise his days at Highbury.

Take a look at our picture special from Tuesday night and click here for information on the 'Ray Of Hope Appeal', organised by Arsenal and Liverpool fans to help Ray.

24 Apr 2009