Jurgen Klopp had a very typical response to Mohamed Salah's opening goal against RB Leipzig.
It came as Liverpool started becoming increasingly in need of a goal to back up their performance in the Champions League tie.
RB Leipzig were erratic in defence and were full of mistakes, with one directly leading to the opener.
Marcel Sabitzer tried to get a pass out to Lukas Klostermann but it was a poor effort and went straight to Salah.
The Egypt international then had the simple task of slotting past Peter Gulacsi, making it 24 goals in all competitions for Liverpool's main man.
And Klopp celebrated in trademark fashion, pumping a grateful fist into the air.
It has been a tough few weeks for the German, whose mother also tragically passed away with the coach unable to visit his family.
Liverpool's form has been shoddy over the past couple of months and it has seen them drop out of the top four of the Premier League.
But the Champions League has provided a welcome respite, with Sadio Mane making sure of the result by doubling the scores soon after Salah's opener.
It means Liverpool are in a commanding position ahead of the second leg next month.
Salah also took his total goal tally to 118 for the Reds, an incredible achievement within four years at Anfield – with just 12 players bettering that number in history.
And though it may have been one of the easier strikes of his Liverpool career, it was a reminder of how dangerous the Premier League champions can be.
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The mistake was born out of Liverpool's relentless pressing, forcing Sabitzer into a split-second decision that went wrong.
This is a very obvious tactic from Klopp that has been evident throughout his time on Merseyside and a prompt that they can turn around their current form.
That was clear with Mane's goal which came about after similar pressure forced Nordi Mukiele into an error.
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