When Daniel Sturridge smashed home from 30 yards into the top corner at Stamford Bridge, Reds fans everywhere went crazy with delight.
The away end was ecstatic, while those watching on at home were no doubt no different.
As Sturridge was mobbed by his teammates, Jurgen Klopp celebrated in typically chest-banging, fist-pumping style, immediately turning to Mo Salah, who was sat on the bench, to celebrate with the Egyptian.
Who wouldn’t want a Klopp hug?
WHAT. A. GOAL. 🔥
When you know you've just scored a worldie…
Daniel Sturridge with his 50th Premier League goal for Liverpool! pic.twitter.com/cO88Zj500Z
— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) September 29, 2018
There’s no way Mo was sulking – just like the nonsense about the water bottle against PSG – as he was able to celebrate with the big grin of his manager right in front of his face.
Klopp reveals how the dressing room celebrated Sturridge’s goal
Many fans were disappointed to see Mo taken off, but even the Egyptian King might not have scored a goal as good as Sturridge’s – the most important thing, as always, is getting points on the board.