Liverpool striker, Divock Origi has revealed manager, Jurgen Klopp’s words to him before he came on to score the 94th minute against Wolves on Saturday.
The Belgium international came off the substitute bench again to give Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp the needed three points against Wolves.
Chelsea had suffered a surprise defeat against West Ham at the London Stadium and Jurgen Klopp’s Reds appeared unlikely to fully capitalise on the Blues predicament.
Liverpool appeared to have to settle for a point but moved, temporarily, to the top of the table after Origi added to his list of iconic goals.
The 26-year-old, who came close to leaving Anfield in the summer revealed that Klopp had a very simple message for him.
‘”Go out and be Divock, play your game and try and contribute’,” he said when asked what his manager told him as he sent him into the fray.
“We fought a lot and it was a difficult game against a strong team offensively and defensively,” he added.
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