Heung-Min Son: Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp urged to sign Tottenham star

Lucy Hill
April 14, 2017

But Jurgen Klopp's team have struggled without their star players this season, particularly in December and January.

The Brazilian lashed home a magnificent volley at the Bet365 Stadium to secure Liverpool a crucial 2-1 victory as they continue their pursuit of a top-four finish in the Premier League.

Liverpool forward Philippe Coutinho is pleased he fought off illness to score the equaliser during Saturday's vital 2-1 win at Stoke.

Jurgen Klopp revealed after tthat the Brazil worldwide was feeling under the weather and it meant he was a major doubt for the visit to the Bet365 Stadium on the weekend.

"I am happy for that", he added.

Our talisman now has three goals in his last three matches, and the effort at the Britannia was his 30th in the Premier League, making him the highest scoring Brazilian in the history of English football. The manager decided because I was not 100% but I wanted to play.

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Coutinho, who was almost ruled out of the visit to Stoke, told the Liverpool website, "I am happy for that".

"I wanted to be involved with the team". This was a big win.

"Sometimes they have reacted when they have gone behind and picked up a lot of points". The team played well, created more chances and then we scored but I think the team played well not just individuals.

"That is why the keeper is there to make saves in important moments and help your team out and the feeling is better still when you win the game after all that, " said the Belgium global.

"With all the injuries and illness we had obviously the first half was hard so we had to pick ourselves up, especially at half-time".

"And it looked like a Jurgen Klopp team in the second half".

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