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.
"I am happy for that". I want to keep going to keep scoring and helping my team and keep learning from my manager.
"They (the club) asked me to stay at home because I was not feeling well but I wanted to be here".
"I wanted to be involved with the team. The manager decided [to put him on the bench] because I was not 100 percent".
However, the former Borussia Dortmund manager brought Firmino and Coutinho on at the break and the Brazilian worldwide duo changed the game.
"It's a really big win, and also because we dropped points on Wednesday against Bournemouth".
"Sometimes they have reacted when they have gone behind and picked up a lot of points".
But Coutinho went on to overtake Juninho as the highest-scoring Brazilian in the Premier League era with 30 goals.
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He made two close-range saves, the first from Charlie Adam with the score at 1-0 and the second a brilliant far post effort to deny Saido Berahino to hold on to their lead.
It's time you started keeping your shirt on, Roberto!
After scoring what turned out to be the victor for the Reds at the bet365 stadium on Saturday, Firmino typically sprinted towards the Liverpool supporters like a madman, ripping off his shirt in the process.
"And it looked like a Jurgen Klopp team in the second half".
"He said 'Don't give any corners away!"
But he turned up at the team hotel on Saturday morning, pleading to play.
On the change in performance level from first half to second, he added: "We didn't play football [in the opening 45 minutes] and [the system] was new for us".