Video: Liverpool’s Divock Origi Scores Sublime Solo Goal Against Sunderland

Video: Liverpool’s Divock Origi Scores Sublime Solo Goal Against Sunderland

Liverpool just about saw off Sunderland at Anfield this afternoon after a stunning solo goal from Divock Origi.

Jurgen Klopp’s title-chasing side were frustrated for large parts of the game by David Moyes’s team, who came into the game off the back of two consecutive victories.

In fact, it took 75 minutes before the Reds could break down their opponent’s resistance – but it was definitely a strike worth waiting for:

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Not a bad finish, eh?

That was actually Origi’s first Premier League goal of the season after the Belgian had found it difficult to get into the Liverpool starting XI.

Origi had came off the bench in the first-half for the injured Philippe Coutinho, who looks like he could be out for a considerably long time after a nasty-looking challenge with Didier Ndong.

James Milner added a second goal in the 90th minute, and the game finished 2-0. But what do you think of the goal? And can Liverpool win the Premier League this season?

Let us know in the comments section below…


In this week’s show, Daniel is back and joined by website contributor Connor Boylan as they look back on Celtic v Barcelona, a big weekend in Scotland and preview the League Cup final at Hampden:

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