Former England’s World Cup-winning striker Roger Hunt has died at aged 83.
According to Futaa.com, the news of his death was confirmed by Liverpool who Hunt represented and became the second-highest goalscorer in the history of the club, scoring 285 goals in 492 appearances.
Hunt who scored 18 times in his 34 appearances for the national team joined Liverpool as a 20-year-old and went to win two league titles and the 1965 FA Cup during his 11-year stint.
In 1966 World Cup, Hunt scored three times during the tournament.
“We are mourning the passing of legendary former player Roger Hunt.
“The thoughts of everybody at Liverpool Football Club are with Roger’s family and friends at this sad and difficult time.
Rest in peace, Sir Roger Hunt 1938″, Liverpool wrote via their official page.