We’re just regaining our breath following the most ridiculous game of football we’ve seen in many a season.
Liverpool’s defence is verging on comically bad, but Twitter appreciated one of the craziest matches we’ll be lucky enough to see following the match.
Adam Lallana bagged in the dying seconds to break the internet and confirm an afternoon in the pub for Liverpool fans everywhere.
Here’s some of the best reaction…
This season is just weird. One minute you thinking your gonna struggle to finish in the top 5 then the next you’re only 5 points off 4th.
— The Anfield Chat (@TheAnfieldChat) January 23, 2016
Glad we gave Mignolet a new five year deal to protect his value. That £0.5m loan fee from a Championship Club in 2018 will come in handy.
— Sherlin (@SherlinLFC) January 23, 2016
THE GAME WAS AWFUL AND I KNOW WE GOT THE 3PTSTHIS WAS NORWICH WHO COULDN’T WIN A SUMMONS AND WE MADE THEM LOOK GOOD NOTHING TO BE PROUD OF
— CHEEKYMONKEY (@francisja2607) January 23, 2016
— Kloppo (@klopps_reds) January 23, 2016
If ever a match was going to tempt Alan Hansen out of retirement – as a pundit & arguably even as a player – it was Norwich City v Liverpool
— Phil McNulty (@philmcnulty) January 23, 2016
Love a routine 5-4 away win thanks to a 95th minute goal from a topless fella with a bad tattoo #LFC
— Kop Magazine (@TheKopMagazine) January 23, 2016
This game today is why we all love football, one second you want to die and another you’re the happiest man on earth.
— Chris (@LFCChris_) January 23, 2016
Oh and Firmino gave another Suarez-esque performance. He’s coming to the boil just when we need results.
— Sam McGuire (@SamMcGuire90) January 23, 2016
Norwich 4-5 @LFC What a mad game of football 12 shots in the game 9 goals Always knew Liverpool were going to win and Lallana would score
— mick quinn (@mickquinn1089) January 23, 2016
12 shots on target. 9 goals scored. Lots of mistakes on both sides. Probably the best worst game of the season.
— Taintless Red (@TaintlessRed) January 23, 2016
I want to appreciate #NORLIV game I really do..but..this level of defending is just incredible..is the art of seeing out a game outlawed now
— Jason Roberts (@JasonRoberts30) January 23, 2016
Watching Liverpool defend set pieces is like seeing a teenage couple park in a remote lovers lane in a Slasher movie
— roger bennett (@rogbennett) January 23, 2016
Supporting Liverpool Football Club is indescribable. Nobody else comes close to our strange mix of ineptitude, brilliance and entertainment.
— Henry Jackson (@HenryJackson87) January 23, 2016