Divock Origi’s bizarre late winner for Liverpool breaks Everton hearts

When the decisive moment arrived, almost six minutes into stoppage-time, Jürgen Klopp was on the pitch, David Pleat-esque minus the brown shoes, and the victory run took him all the way to his goalkeeper, Alisson, some 40 yards from Liverpool’s dugout. It was bedlam and, amid all this chaos, an unlikely hero had emerged in the shape of Divock Origi, scoring beneath the Kop with one of the more eccentric and ecstatic goals of any Merseyside derby.

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