MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - Thursday, January 3, 2019: Liverpool's Roberto Firmino celebrates scoring the first equalising goal during the FA Premier League match between Manchester City FC and Liverpool FC at the Etihad Stadium. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

No-look finishes, late winners & a brilliant hat-trick – Watch every Roberto Firmino goal from 2018/19

We’ve had the videos showing every goal scored last season by Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah—now it’s the turn of our No. 9, Roberto Firmino.

The Reds’ No. 9 was front and centre of the attack once more, plundering 16 goals across all competitions in 2018/19.

It wasn’t quite as prolific a campaign as the previous year, but this time around Firmino had to contend with a deeper role for part of the season, one or two late-season injuries and half of Europe playing with what seemed like 20 players deep inside their own penalty box at times.

Instead, Firmino’s responsibilities centred around making space for others, his work rate off the ball and tactical flexibility—while a bunch of goals were also a nice addition!

A dozen came in the Premier League and four more in Europe, including strikes in both legs of the Champions League quarter-final against Porto.

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PORTO, PORTUGAL - Wednesday, April 17, 2019: Liverpool's Roberto Firmino celebrates scoring the third goal during the UEFA Champions League Quarter-Final 2nd Leg match between FC Porto and Liverpool FC at Est·dio do Drag„o. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Domestically, his most impressive run came around the turn of the year, as our Bobby hit a hat-trick against Arsenal, put the finishing touches on an immense team goal against Man City and scored one in the 4-3 win over Crystal Palace.

Other memorable strikes include a late winner against PSG, a brilliant header against Spurs and poacher-like close-range finishes against a succession of sides.

Of course, the Brazilian provided a trademark no-look finish or two along the way—one against Arsenal stands out in the mind—while his second of three against the Gunners was one of his best individual goals, a slaloming run between the entire defence before a fine, low finish.

It’s 66 goals in the red shirt now for Firmino; here’s to many more ahead in 2019/20!