Football NewsDivock Origi praised their team’s position
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Liverpool striker Divock Origi stepped off the bench to score the winner in the 95th minute on Saturday.


Divock Origi: “keep believing, keep going”

The 26-year-old Belgian footballer praised his side’s stance of never say die after helping them defeat the wolves with a final blow on Saturday. Divock Origi came off the bench to score the only goal of the game at Molineux Stadium, breaking the stubborn resistance of the home team. The win put Liverpool at the top of the Premier League for at least a short time after rivals Chelsea were defeated by West Ham.

Divock Origi told the Reds’ official website after the game that he thinks the connections to the club’s values ​​are – keep believing, keep going. According to Divock Origi, at the end of the day, you can only control the moment you are in and just try to make the right game every time, even if you fail over and over again. Liverpool manager Klopp was also delighted to see his super-sub make his way back to the squad.

Jurgen Klopp told reporters that he is an incredible finisher and if they don’t know this in Liverpool then who should know it. It’s hard to get 500 minutes a week on our team. According to Klopp, he doesn’t need to run a lot. It was his game, he could be Origi. He had no luck with the ball before. They see these kinds of goals many times in training. Winning in 95 minutes is great, but Divock Origi scores even better.


A little about the topic

Saturday’s win extended the Reds’ winning streak to four games in the Premier League, while only West Ham managed to get the best of Klopp’s men in any competition so far in 2021-22. As the Hammers also beat Chelsea 3-2 over the weekend, Liverpool jumped on the Londoners to reach the Premier League summit one point ahead of the Man City result against Watford.