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04/05/2019 - 22:10 BST

We Wanted To Show We’re Super Team – Liverpool Star Hails Dramatic Win At Newcastle

 




Divock Origi insists Liverpool wanted to show they are a super team after a dramatic late 3-2 win over Newcastle United took them back to the top of the Premier League table.

Liverpool took the lead at St. James' Park in the 13th minute through Virgil van Dijk, who was left unmarked in the box to head in a Trent Alexander-Arnold corner kick.
 

 



But the goal stirred Newcastle into life and the Magpies levelled in the 20th minute through Christian Atsu before then hitting the crossbar through Ayoze Perez as they pushed Liverpool hard.

The Reds hit back though and took the lead again when Mohamed Salah guided the ball back into the net from around six yards out, following a cross from Alexander-Arnold.
 


Newcastle were not downhearted and again pulled level in the 54th minute, with Salomon Rondon hitting a superb, lethal shot which flew past Alisson.



The visitors suffered a blow with around 20 minutes left when striker Salah had to be stretchered off.

As the clock ticked down it appeared that Liverpool would have to settle for a draw, but Origi, on off the bench, beat Jamaal Lascelles in the air to power a header past Newcastle goalkeeper Martin Dubravka with just four minutes left.

 


There were nervy moments left for Liverpool as the referee added on eight minutes, but the Reds saw out the game to move back to the top of the Premier League table.

For Origi, big heart was behind Liverpool's win and he insists the Reds had a deep desire to show their qualities.

"We've shown we have a big heart and want to fight for the three points", Origi said on LFC TV.

"We had a couple of injuries, so we just wanted to show everyone we are a super team.

"The fans were behind us, so that helped us to beat Newcastle."

Origi says there are games where talent can make the difference, but the night at St James' Park needed work ethic.

"I tried to play with a big heart.

"You can have games that talent can make the difference, but today we needed hard work."