Liverpool swept yet another team aside on Saturday, this time it was Arsenal and there was plenty for fans to revel in after the final whistle.
The Reds have been a free-scoring force so far this season with their four against Arsenal taking their tally to 53 in just 18 games.
It looked to be a slow burner for Liverpool at Anfield but once they burst into life they never looked back.
Goals from Sadio Mane, Diogo Jota, Mohamed Salah and Takumi Minamino sealed the Reds’ fifth consecutive home league win over the Gunners, keeping up the run of netting at least three times in the fixture.
And there were plenty of highlights for fans on social media as Jurgen Klopp‘s side returned from the break on a winning note.
Klopp’s brilliant celebration
Mane’s goal arrived just six minutes after Klopp and Mikel Arteta traded some angry words with the other and it’s fair to say the boss thoroughly enjoyed it:
Klopp didn't hold back celebrating Mane's goal after his clash with Arteta ? pic.twitter.com/1GaIK387PH
— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) November 20, 2021
The managers coming together was a turning point in the match with the players and crowd responding in kind, think Trent would mind sharing the credit for the assist…?
— Matt Ladson (@mattladson) November 20, 2021
Disappointed Klopp didn't ruffle Arteta's hair tbh
— Sam McGuire (@SamMcGuire90) November 20, 2021
The way LFC went up 10 gears when Arteta tried it with Klopp was incredible. That’s what it means to run through brick walls for your manager.
— BPComps (@borgixprxdeli) November 20, 2021
A Jurgen hug for the debutant
What a moment it was for the 19-year-old!
Klopp trolling Arteta now. “I can bring on players who not even been through puberty yet and still smash you” pic.twitter.com/Cogz6Eoeno
— Men in Blazers (@MenInBlazers) November 20, 2021
— LFC Crossbow (Adam) (@lfc_backup) November 20, 2021
Here’s a perfect example why Liverpool players love their manager Jurgen Klopp “like a father” according to Sadio Mane. Here’s 19-year old Tyler Morton making his club debut at Anfield and Klopp can’t contain his excitement for the young man in his big moment. #LFC #YNWA pic.twitter.com/W9eN20aoiy
— David Scott (@Finna_Go_HAM) November 21, 2021
Look at that smile! From both Klopp and Tyler Morton!
Salah is a Gordon fan…
We did enjoy the various reactions on social media, however:
? | Looks like Salah became a Gordon fanboy today. ? pic.twitter.com/Fkgt4e5eQ7
— The Anfield Buzz (@TheAnfieldBuzz) November 20, 2021
Mo Salah stand Kaide Gordon…
He’s going to the top pic.twitter.com/hkq0fjG1IU
— Ben (@SMXLFC) November 20, 2021
I think Salah sees a lot of himself in Gordon.
Liverpool have brought in Gordon, Morton, Beck, Bradley under the supervision of Salah, Thiago, Robertson and Trent.
Producing from within (if correctly done) will help us save billions.
— Krishnendu Biswas (@krishlfc) November 21, 2021
Just in : Salah changed his name to Gordon and his number to 49 ????
— ILOVEITWHENTHEYRUN?? (@BVF_999) November 20, 2021
A sign of things to come, perhaps?
Could Thiago‘s daughter be any cuter? Probably not!
THIAGO’S DAUGHTER SINGING THIAGO’S SONG PLEASE MY HEART ??? pic.twitter.com/LpbzXkGYCs
— zahraa (@lfczahraa) November 20, 2021
The passion, the commitment, it has everything.
More now than ever
As Spion Kop so aptly put it, what unites us is greater than what divides us and the banner on the Kop, using Jamie Webster’s lyrics, said it all after the traumatic events at Liverpool Women’s hopsital.
Thank you lads & lasses ?? https://t.co/EpG2wOPE1J
— Jamie Webster (@JamieWebster94) November 20, 2021
My City, My people, My heart.