1) Good to grind out a result Liverpool's 2-1 win over Burnley on Sunday afternoon may not have been the most emphatic of victories but it was a win that proved the Reds do have the ability to grind out a result.
Going 1-0 down after seven minutes seemed far too familiar for Jurgen Klopp's side.
Well, if you're gonna win a Merseyside Derby you may as well break some hearts and do it in extra time! What a massive result that was for Liverpool on Monday night. Conte, we're coming.
1) The Estonian
At 31 years of age the defender was signed by Klopp as some extra cover but if you've ever watched a performance from a man demanding a place in the side, last night was one of them.
"Could it be... Is it really you?"
Ragnar Klavan has revealed that he felt the need to ask Jurgen Klopp to send him a selfie before he signed for Liverpool last month in order to prove that the club's interest in him was genuine.
After receiving a text from Klopp professing his interest in signing Klavan, the Estonian defender simply assumed that one of his friends was pulling his pudding by pretending to be the Reds boss.
Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has apologised and rightly so for chopping down Liverpool debutante Ragnar Klavan with a needlessly over-zealous tackle during the latter stages of last night's International Champions Cup friendly between the two Premier League sides.
Fabregas was shown a straight red card in the 70th minute after felling the Estonian defender with a rash, late lunge as Chelsea went on to win the game 1-0 at thePasadena Rose Bowl.