After trailing against Stoke, Jurgen Klopp credits Simon Mignolet's crucial saves for keeping Liverpool alive.
When this season comes to an end and the award for the best goal of the campaign is dished out, Roberto Firmino's ferocious strike against Stoke could be among the contenders.
Liverpool went on to win 2-1 at the Britannia Stadium, with both substitutes finding the back of the net in a quick-fire double that consolidated the Reds in the top four of the Premier League. Enhanced winnings paid in free bets. The manager decided because I was not 100% but I wanted to play.
Liverpool playmaker Philippe Coutinho insists there are plenty of goals still to come after he became the Premier League's highest-scoring Brazilian.
He added: "I am happy for that, but I just wanted to help my team and keep scoring and keep learning from the manager".
The Brazil duo's introduction completely transformed the game, but Coutinho was keen to deflect the credit.
"In the second half we played more with the wing-backs instead of dropping deep, so I think that was the biggest difference between the first and second half".
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"Of course. It was a big win".
"Sometimes they have reacted when they have gone behind and picked up a lot of points".
What's more, since joining Liverpool in 2015, he's been booked three times for excessive celebration in the top flight, which again is more than any other player.
"And it looked like a Jurgen Klopp team in the second half".
"We have to grind out results because we want the Champions League spot and we can do it".
"But we started the second half so positively, on the front foot".