Liverpool teed up their Premier League trophy ceremony in style with a thrilling 5-3 win over Chelsea on Wednesday night.
It was a stunning reminder of why Liverpool's champions are one of the most entertaining sides the competition has ever seen, threatening to run away with a rout one minute and almost collapsing to a shock comeback the next.
But the Reds got the party started in the first-half with what looked to be the perfect display with which to celebrate - and their opening goal was truly something special.
Chelsea threaten comeback
Naby Keita popped up with a rare strike, but a spectacular one at that, unleashing a rocket of a strike past Kepa Arrizabalaga via the crossbar.
It looked to put Liverpool well on course to a comfortable victory with Trent Alexander-Arnold doubling the advantage via a superb free-kick; his second set-piece goal against the Blues this season.
Georginio Wijnaldum then made it 3-0 with a fine, snapping volley, but Chelsea gave themselves hope before half-time when Olivier Giroud converted his latest close-range finish.
Goal crazy at Anfield
However, any initial fears of a 'reverse Istanbul' looked to be annulled when Roberto Firmino finally scored his first league goal at Anfield this season from a stunning Alexander-Arnold cross.
But for whatever reason, the nerves started to jangle amongst the Premier League champions and a few moments of inspiration from Christian Pulisic proved pivotal in almost turning things around.
The American went on a mazy run past four defenders on the left flank, turning provider for Tammy Abraham who offered hope for Frank Lampard's with a goal straight from the bench.
And then Pulisic took things into his own hands to astonishingly elevate Chelsea to 4-3, using some fine footwork in the penalty area before firing the ball past Alisson Becker and into the net.
Oxlade-Chamberlain rests the nerves
However, trust Jurgen Klopp to essentially win the game for Liverpool with one of his latest inspired decisions, taking off Mohamed Salah for eventual match-winner Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
The Reds broke from one end of the pitch to the other in a brilliant sweeping move with the ball eventually falling to the former Arsenal man, who brilliantly finished past Arrizabalaga.
It couldn't have been a crazier, more dramatic and entertaining way for Liverpool to wrap up their incredible season.
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