Pictures: Frustration but memorable moments for Liverpool on visits to Arsenal

We take a look at some of the images involving Liverpool's recent trips to the Emirates Stadium where the Reds have not had things all their own way.

More often than not, the Emirates Stadium has been a difficult and frustrating place for Liverpool to go ever since Arsenal's new home was opened in 2006, as they left Highbury behind.

But they have had some moments, even if their record there only shows one win in August 2011, when an Aaron Ramsey own goal and a Luis Suarez strike gave Kenny Dalglish's side all three points, while the Gunners were enduring a particularly slow start to the campaign - despite that Arsenal ended up finishing third with Liverpool all the way down in eighth.

There have been other memorable moments for Liverpool - though not all positive. After a rather forgettable 90 minutes in April 2011, a bonkers end to the game in stoppage time with a penalty for each side - Robin Van Persie giving Arsenal the lead before Dirk Kuyt cancelled it out to all but end the Gunners' title hopes.

Also, there was last season's trip to North London in the fifth round of the FA Cup. After being on such a high of beating the same opponents 5-1 at Anfield the week before, Liverpool went down 2-1 in controversial circumstances. They missed a fair few chances by the time Arsenal had held a 2-0 lead before a Steven Gerrard penalty got them back into the game - only for Liverpool to be denied another, more clearer spot-kick, soon after when Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain clattered into Luis Suarez.

Go back further and there was Champions League quarter-final first leg tie when the Reds managed to escape with a 1-1 draw in 2008, where Kuyt managed to level up the tie for a thrilling second leg. 

Here are some of the best images recapping Liverpool's visits, that their fans are likely to remember: 

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