It was one of the most ingenious corner routines ever seen on a football pitch, so perhaps it’s no surprise that Liverpool’s players are still milking it 18 months on.
When Barcelona arrived at Anfield for the second leg of their Champions League semi-final against Liverpool, leading 3-0 from the first leg, no one really gave the hosts a hope.
Here, the right-back, along with team-mate, Andy Robertson, explain to Rio Ferdinand how it happened, with the former Man United defender labelling Barca’s defending ‘criminal.’
"For him to turn, see it and adapt so quick…"— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) October 26, 2020
"It's just as if it's meant to be. The both of you just connected at that one moment."@TrentAA and @andrewrobertso5 talk @rioferdy5 through 𝙩𝙝𝙖𝙩 Divock Origi goal against Barcelona…#BetweenTheLines pic.twitter.com/yrvSDu3bcN
Yet, there really was only one winner on the night, and what turned out to be the winner from Divock Origi, thanks to some quick thinking from Trent Alexander-Arnold, was top class.