"What a night", said the Dutch defender.
The Netherlands global became the first player to score a victor at Anfield in an FA Cup tie against Everton, at the fifth time of asking. A clearly unhappy Firmino vaulted back onto the field and sprinted toward Holgate, swearing in Portuguese, and was lucky that referee Bobby Madley stepped in between them to intervene.
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Salah has been instrumental to Liverpool's team since signing in the summer.
However, he repaid them in fine style to spark wild celebrations at his new home. The Blues, feeling scorned, watched as James Milner tucked home the first goal of the match from the spot.
"It was a similar situation (to the penalty against Liverpool for Everton last month) - the first one was no penalty in my opinion and this one wasn't also". Firmino was furious that Holgate had shoved him into the stands.
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Des traces d'hydrocarbures étaient en outre visibles à la surface de l'eau, vers 2h du matin (heure française). Elle a ajouté que le pétrolier iranien se dirigeait vers la Corée du Sud quand il a percuté le navire chinois.
The Brazil global charged back at the defender and angry words were exchanged between the two.
Sam Allardyce's side, who confirmed the signing of striker Cenk Tosun at half-time, looked livelier after that but suffered the late blow of Van Dijk's decider as Liverpool made it a club-record 16 games unbeaten against Everton.
Klopp's late call to start the Dutchman paid off for Liverpool.
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Photo Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk, left, beat Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford and his teammate Joel Matip to the ball to score the winning goal in his Reds debut on Friday.