|1||05 January 1946||Chester||Sealand Road||FA Cup||View report|
|50||13 September 1947||Portsmouth||Fratton Park||League||View report|
|100||25 December 1948||Manchester United||Maine Road||League||View report|
|150||03 May 1950||Huddersfield Town||Anfield||League||View report|
|200||29 September 1951||Derby||Anfield||League||View report|
|250||24 January 1953||Portsmouth||Fratton Park||League||View report|
|1||01 May 1948||Wolves||Anfield||League||View report|
"Although Bob Paisley always seemed to be super cool, deep down it wasn't always so. He was the kind of his person who hung his emotions on his sleeve. And you could best spot this in the dressing room before kick off. By 2.45, you could tell what he was going through by just looking at his face. He would be pacing up and down the dressing room taking sips of water. He looked more nervous than the players, although he did his best to try and not show it. I don't think everybody realised that but I could see it."