Jurgen Klopp aimed a cheeky dig at Andrew Robertson after Liverpool thrashed Porto on Wednesday.
The Reds put on a clinic of counter-attacking football as they swept the Portuguese side aside in the Champions League last-16. Could they win the whole bloody thing?
Sadio Mane stole the plaudits with a hat-trick, while fellow forwards Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino rounded off the goals.
But Klopp saw fit to put the spotlight on Robertson after another impressive showing at left-back.
The Scotland international created three chances and had 94 touches all game, adding another dimension to the attack.
“I saw a lot of fantastic performances tonight,” Klopp told BT Sport.
“To be honest I think Robbo played an outstanding game and got his crosses back, I thought they’d gone to Scotland or somewhere!”