Liverpool’s emphatic win over Arsenal on Sunday didn’t fly by without Daniel Sturridge getting himself in on the act.
Just when it seemed the Gunners had been tormented enough, the striker came off the bench in the second half to put the Reds 4-0 up.
It topped off a breathtaking attacking display from Jurgen Klopp’s men and piled on the misery for the Londoners- not for the first time at Anfield.
Sturridge’s moment in the spotlight came courtesy of a familiar Liverpool counterattack, with the England star heading home Mohamed Salah’s perfectly directed cross at the back post.
The goal arrived after Salah himself had extended the lead to 3-0 having shown electrifying pace to run away from Hector Bellerin, before slotting calmly past Petr Cech.
This followed up a dominant first half in which Roberto Firmino’s close range header and Sadio Mane’s sublime curling effort had granted the hosts a comfortable lead going into the break.
While Liverpool’s front three stole the headlines, seeing Sturridge back amongst the goals was a welcomed sight for Reds.
Here’s a look back at his expert finish…
— LFC Round Up (@LFCroundup) August 27, 2017