It was a night to forget for Manchester City at Anfield, where Liverpool ran riot in the Champions League.
The Orlando Magic also came crashing back to earth after their home winning streak was ended by the Boston Celtics.
Sebastian Vettel topped the podium in Malaysia, and he had a team-mate alongside him back in 2010.
We take a look back at April 4 in sporting history.
2018 - Liverpool paint Merseyside red
City were greeted to a hostile reception on Merseyside and it was a sign of things to come in the opening leg of the Champions League quarter-final.
Liverpool fans attacked and damaged the City team coach on its way into the stadium, prompting an "unreserved" apology from manager Jurgen Klopp.
On the field, Liverpool blitzed Pep Guardiola's City 3-0 – scoring three goals in the first 31 minutes to take control of the blockbuster tie.
Goals from Mohamed Salah, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Sadio Mane heaped misery on City, who were brushed aside 5-1 on aggregate as the Reds went on to reach the final.
1996 - Celtics burst Magic's bubble
Up until this day, the Magic had gone 51 consecutive games without defeat at home to Eastern Conference opponents.
It was an NBA-record run dating back to April 1994.
However, Orlando's streak was halted by Boston following a 100-98 defeat.
2010 - Vettel leads Red Bull in Malaysia
It was the Red Bull show as Vettel crossed the finish line ahead of team-mate Mark Webber to win the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Reliability issues had cost German star Vettel potential Formula One victories in Bahrain and Australia.
But Vettel overtook pole-setter Webber at the start and held on to secure a one-two for Red Bull, with Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg third.