Hyypia had the honour of captaining the Reds 205 times, Rush 113, Barnes 111 and Carragher 91.
Kuyt wins this with 12 goals, beating Crouch's 11, Garcia's 10 and Torres' 8.
Carragher pips Gerrard by four games. The former defender played 91 Champions League games to Gerrard’s 87. Hyypia enjoyed 67 outings, while Reina played 56 times.
Skrtel leads the way by a distance with 7 own goals. Ruddock netted 3 while Hyypia and Johnson found their own net twice.
Owen had the worst record from the spot, missing a staggering 10 penalties. Fowler missed his fair share with six, with Barnes missing 5, while Murphy never missed a spot-kick.
Benitez left Anfield with a win rate of 56.29 percent, beating Rodgers’ 51.20, Houllier’s 52.12 and Hodgson’s dire 41.94. No surprise there.
McAllister was the oldest, scoring his first Reds goal aged 35years, 10 months and 18 days. Toure was next at 34 years 10 months, with Lambert at 32 years and 9 months.
Woodburn is the Reds’ youngest ever scorer aged 17 and 45 days, taking the record from Michael Owen by 98 days. Rossiter was the third youngest scoring aged 17, 183 days, while Sterling was 17, 317 days when he first scored.
Big Virgil was the most expensive at £75million, with Alisson second at £65m, Naby Keita third at £52m and Fabinho next at £43m.
Babel takes this with an impressive 12 goals from the bench. Cisse scored 7 times as a sub, with Benteke and Smicer netting 6 each.
Sinclair made his debut aged just 16 years and 6 days old – a younger age than Robinson at 16 years 8 months, Woodburn at 17 years 1 month, and Sterling at 17 years 3 months.