???️ Top 5 Goals V Stoke

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Divock Origi Liverpool 4 1 Stoke 10th April 2016 With Liverpool having both eyes firmly on the Europa League, this fixture against Stoke was really a nothing game. Nevertheless, Liverpool ran out 4-1 winners in a tie that was full of outstanding goals. Origi’s second of the game is the one that makes the list, we’ve seen this goal multiple times from the Belgian but doesn’t make it any less spectacular. He has the ball on the left before cutting back onto his right foot and bending the ball into the far corner past the keeper. Whether it was meant as a shot or a cross doesn’t take away from the ability shown to put Liverpool out of sight in the game and the attempt showed how in form and confident Origi was at the time. Alberto Moreno Liverpool 4 1 Stoke 10th April 2016 From the same game, the opening goal of the game from Alberto Moreno shows what the left back is capable of when firing on all cylinders. After a foul on the left touchline by Bardsley, James Milner takes the initiative and plays a quick free kick to the Spaniard. The left back takes one touch to set himself up before firing a wicked shot into the corner which bamboozled the Stoke keeper. The goal set Liverpool on their way to the victory and added to Moreno’s tally of impressive goals for Liverpool. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y_P–nVnACY Luis Suarez Stoke 1 2 Liverpool 26th October 2011 Liverpool travelled to Stoke for a 4th round tie in what would be their title winning Carling Cup run, 1-0 down at half time Liverpool were looking for a piece of magic to pull them back into the game and it was Suarez who provided this on the 54th minute. Bringing the ball down after a cross field pass, Suarez nutmegged his marker and spectacularly bent the ball into the opposite corner of the goal to make it 1-1; he would then go on to score the winner in the 85th minute. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8jfnXHa6xbY Phillipe Coutinho Stoke 0 1 Liverpool 09th August 2015 Another season opener for Liverpool against Stoke, the game followed the trend of the game two years previous. The game was a drag and it looked certain to end 0-0 until Phillipe Coutinho did what he does best. Picking the ball up off Joe Gomez, the Brazillian showed strength to shrug off his marker and move towards goal. He then sent a shot firing towards the top corner of Butland’s goal which the keeper got a hand to but was unable to keep out. The goal in the 86th minute proved to be the match winner and set Liverpool on their way for the season. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dk2eLJwaAw4 Roberto Firmino Stoke 1 2 Liverpool 08th April 2017 It was crunch time in Liverpool’s pursuit of Champions League football, a dismal start to 2017 had meant that a title challenge had turned into a battle just to stay in the top 4. Jurgen Klopp named a heavily rotated side that started with a back three, Alexander-Arnold and Ben Woodburn. The selection didn’t pay off and Stoke were 1-0 up at half time thanks to Jonathan Walters, this prompted the manager to sub off the two young players and bring on the Brazillian duo of Coutinho and Firmino. Coutinho levelled the game, but it was Firmino’s match winner that took the plaudits. A long ball from Gini Wijnaldum put Firmino in behind the Stoke defence and Bobby slammed the ball home on the half volley from 20 yards out. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45EgkGrgxNE Honourable mention: Aly Cissokho Stoke 3 5 Liverpool 12th January 2014 So, the goal might not have actually been awarded to the Frenchman, but it makes for better reading than a Shawcross own goal. Liverpool faced Stoke in January of their whirlwind season and took the lead after just five minutes in a game that would ultimately end 5-3. In possession on the right-hand side in Stoke’s box, the ball was chipped over to Aly Cissokho outside the box on the left-hand side. Without a goal to his name at Liverpool the left back lined up for the strike from 25 yards out and hooked the ball so much that it might have made a better cross than shot. With the ball heading towards the corner flag, it struck Stoke defender Ryan Shawcross on the way; this deflected the ball towards goal and wrong footed the keeper to give Liverpool an early lead at the Britannia Stadium and write Aly Cissokho’s name on the hearts of every Liverpool fan. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRq_bKuB8MM Article by Louis Connor    
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