Jurgen Norbert Klopp believes Liverpool’s 5-4 win over Norwich could be a turning point – but so can going to the toilet.
The Reds eventually ran out victors after a topsy-turvy game at Carrow Road, in which they held a 1-0 lead, went down 3-1, regained a 4-3 lead, conceded a stoppage-time equaliser and scored a last-minute winner.
This was their first victory in the league in 2016, and Klopp was delighted with his side’s response after going into half-time at 2-1.
“I’m not sure we would’ve scored five, if we didn’t concede four. It’s football, spectacular,” Klopp said.
“When I saw how they played after the third goal, that was really good football, really good. With everything.
“We played not always good. But 70, 80 per cent of the game we played football and that’s what you have to do.
Asked whether this represents a turning point, Klopp replied: “That’s what we all hope. But I feel nearly everything is a turning point. I can go tomorrow to the toilet and it’s a turning point.”