Liverpool picked up arguably their most important victory of the season, beating Burnley 2-1 at Turf Moor with almost the last kick of the game.
The Reds took on the Clarets just 48 hours after surpassing Leicester City at Anfield, and seven changes by Jurgen Klopp saw a weakened team take to the field.
Dominic Solanke started up front in place of Roberto Firmino, but the search for a first-ever Premier League goal goes on, after a disappointing afternoon for the youngster.
After a dire first half, in which both sides looked leggy and quality was at a premium, Sadio Mane thumped Liverpool into a 1-0 lead.
Trent Alexander-Arnold, starting at right-back on the day, certainly enjoyed it.
Johann Berg Gudmundsson’s late header looked to have earned Burnley a win and ruined our evenings, but there was still drama to come.
Ragnar Klavan latched onto Dejan Lovren‘s header to nick a 94th-minute winner for the Reds, and the players celebrated in style.
The final whistle went and Simon Mignolet, Klavan and Klopp all cut very happy figures.
It was a win that consolidates Liverpool’s place in the top four, and they are now seven and six points ahead of Arsenal and Tottenham, albeit having played one and two games more respectively.
Next up for the Reds is the eagerly anticipated FA Cup third round clash with Everton on Friday night, as Klopp’s men look to improve upon last month’s 1-1 draw with their local rivals.