Liverpool played one of the greatest Premier League games of all time when they won 5 – 4 against Norwich City at Carrow Road.
The reds first scored first through Roberto Firmino before Norwich went 3 – 1 up, Liverpool then scored three to go 4 – 3 up.
Captain Sebastian Bassong equalized in the 90th minute before Adam Lallana scored a 93rd minute winner to send Reds fans into a frenzy.
Speaking after the game, Jurgen Klopp lamented the manner in which his team defended set-pieces which he called ‘rubbish’.
He told BBC Sport: “There was about 70 minutes that were really good. We started well but then conceded the goals. Conceding four goals in general [is] not good. Conceding from set plays is the biggest rubbish ever because it is too easy for the other team.
“Usually we concede from the corner but now it was from the second ball, we were like rabbits in the headlights. We won the game, in the end it was deserved. The players played under big pressure and scoring five goals is not too easy. We did it.
“I was really surprised because the story of the game was not that we could make time pay. It was an open game, 90 minutes thank you and go but five? That’s hard.
“It is not too easy to judge and stay cool in a game like this. I asked why five minutes [were added]. I was not satisfied with the answer, the referee was not satisfied with the question.
“We needed luck at the end and we had it.”
Liverpool’s win takes them to seventh on the table, one point above Southampton in eight and five behind Tottenham who occupy the last Champions League place in fourth.