Record-setting Coutinho promises more goals to come for Liverpool

Posted April 14, 2017

Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho has revealed how he ignored advice from the club's backroom staff telling him not to play against Stoke City on Saturday afternoon. It is when they face sides like Stoke that Jurgen Klopp's side have faltered.

"That win will go some way to help Liverpool finish in the top four but it showed how reliant they are on Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino".

Teammate Roberto Firmino, who scored a brilliant victor at the bet365 Stadium, is only 10 goals behind after 61 matches compared to his compatriot's 131, but Coutinho plans to add many more having already equalled his best Premier League season tally of nine with seven games still to go.

After scoring what turned out to be the victor for the Reds at the bet365 stadium on Saturday, Firmino typically sprinted towards the Liverpool supporters like a madman, ripping off his shirt in the process. Enhanced winnings paid in free bets.

"The manager decided, because I was not 100 per cent. They asked me to stay at home because I was not feeling well but I wanted to be here", Coutinho said.

The Brazil duo's introduction completely transformed the game, but Coutinho was keen to deflect the credit.

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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.

"In the second half we played more with the wing-backs instead of dropping deep, so I think that was the biggest difference between the first and second half". This was a big win. "We wanted to do better in the next game and it was a good game".

It's time you started keeping your shirt on, Roberto!

"He said 'Don't give any corners away!"

Speaking to the Daily Mail, Redknapp has admitted that he thinks Liverpool need a player just like Tottenham's Son Heung-min; somebody who can chip in with goals when key players are missing, as he has during Harry Kane's absence.

"We have to grind out results because we want the Champions League spot and we can do it".