Every Liverpool squad member had a standout moment during the 2016/17 season, as the Reds ensured Champions League football is on its way back to Anfield.
It was a great achievement, following a long, gruelling campaign, with Arsenal held off impressively in the final few weeks.
Since August, there have been some wonderful individual moments that have stood out, but what is every player’s best 2016/17 memory?
Here’s what we think.
Mignolet grew as the season progressed, but his superb performance at Stoke City was huge in Liverpool’s top-four quest. The Belgian’s save to deny Saido Berahino was particularly brilliant.
It’s not easy to pick out a standout moment for Clyne, given his unspectacular nature, but a beauty of a cross at Middlesbrough allowed Adam Lallana to head the Reds in front, back in December. We need more of that from the right-back next season.
With Clyne injured, Alexander-Arnold was handed his first Premier League start away to Man United, of all places. The 18-year-old was very impressive at Old Trafford, however, holding his own up against the tricky Anthony Martial.
Matip was more consistent than anything in his first season for Liverpool, but an immaculate, goalscoring display at Crystal Palace caught the eye. Matip’s bullet header was his first Reds goal.
A hit-and-miss season from Lovren didn’t produce a huge amount to shout about, but he was superb in the 2-1 win at Chelsea in September. He netted Liverpool’s opener, which was an added bonus.
Lucas scoring a goal is a minor miracle, so his inch-perfect header at Plymouth Argyle has to make the cut. It was just his seventh Liverpool goal – he’s been at Anfield since 2007.
Klavan was named in the starting lineup at Goodison Park just before Christmas, but with some fans worried about his inclusion, he bossed things against Everton. He was deservedly named This is Anfield’s Fans’ Man of the Match, with an 8.4 rating.
It’s got to be one of Milner’s penalties, surely? We’re going to go with his late spot-kick at Swansea City in October, because it showed nerves of steel, earned Liverpool all three points and felt absolutely huge at the time.
This is a tough one. There really wasn’t much about Moreno that shone in 2016/17, but he played well at Palace, and provided a lovely assist for Emre Can.
Henderson isn’t a player who regularly makes headline with moments of magic, but his outrageous long-range strike at Chelsea was a genuine Goal of the Season contender. The celebration wasn’t bad, either.
Perhaps the easiest of the lot, this. Can’s astonishing acrobatic effort away to Watford at the start of the month was not only Goal of the Season, but one of Liverpool’s best ever Premier League strikes.
Wijnaldum came to the fore in numerous big matches, but the importance of his goal against Middlesbrough on the final day was enormous. Anfield was flat at that point – who knows what might have happened if the Dutchman hadn’t scored.
It was another very positive season for Lallana, and his double away to Boro in a 3-0 victory was the sign of a player at the peak of his powers. Both finishes were ruthless.
Due to an injury-ravaged campaign for Grujic, we’re actually going back to pre-season for his best moment. The moment in question is the wonderful looping header that wrapped up a stunning 4-0 win over Barcelona at Wembley.
Making your Liverpool debut is a special moment for any player, and Ejaria’s first Reds appearance at Derby County was a pleasing moment for anyone associated with the club.
There are so many great Coutinho moments to mention, but his wondrous free-kick away to Arsenal on the opening weekend was one of the best you could ever wish to see. He was sensational at times that day.
Mane, like Coutinho, wowed us on endless occasions, but let’s face it, that last-gasp winner at Goodison is the runaway winner. It was an ugly tap-in, which made the stoppage time victory all the sweeter. Gary Mac eat your heart out!
Wilson had a fantastic season for the U23s, registering over 20 goals and assists, and his great form earned him his Liverpool debut, away to Plymouth in January. He dealt well with the pressure of the occasion.
Woodburn’s goal in front at the Kop End against Leeds United, on his debut, really was the stuff that dreams are made of. Millions of Liverpool supporters worldwide looked on with a mixture of joy and envy.
So much of Firmino’s game revolves around selflessness, but he had a moment of glory all to himself at Stoke City, thundering home a stunning volley at the Britannia Stadium to bag a huge victory for his side. One of the goals, and wins, of the season.
Forget the fact that Liverpool eventually lost in heartbreaking fashion, Origi’s frankly ridiculous finish at Bournemouth, from an impossible angle, was something special. It just tops his important opening goal at home to Sunderland.
Having suffered such a frustrating season, Sturridge stepped up to the plate away to West Ham on May 14. The striker rounded Adrian with typically quick feet, before stroking home to give Liverpool the lead in a must-win game.
Ings has suffered such desperate luck with injuries, and it is hard to find a positive from this season. The fact that he is edging nearer to a return is the most pleasing aspect of the last nine months.
The Liverpool manager absolutely loves a celebration, but none were better than when he embraced with a supporter in the Main Stand, following Gini Wijnaldum‘s late clincher against Arsenal, in March. It summed up how Klopp has united the entire club since arriving.