NORWICH: Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp mislaid his eyeglasses as he and his players jubilantly distinguished Adam Lallana’s 95th-minute leader in Saturday’s conspicuous 5-4 feat during Norwich City.
Lallana slammed home low into blocking time during Carrow Road, 4 mins after Sebastien Bassong had brought Norwich level, during a finish of a raging Premier League diversion in that Liverpool fought behind from 3-1 down.
The England midfielder ran over to applaud with Klopp on a touchline and with his team-mates pier in, a German’s eyeglasses were knocked from his nose.
“I customarily have a second span of glasses, though we can’t find them since it’s tough to find eyeglasses though glasses!” Klopp joked afterwards.
After Roberto Firmino had put Liverpool forward from James Milner’s pass in a 18th minute, Norwich strike behind with a Dieumerci Mbokani back-heel, a idea by debutant Steven Naismith and a Wes Hoolahan penalty.
But goals from captain Jordan Henderson and Firmino brought Liverpool turn and nonetheless Milner’s 75th-minute strike was cancelled out by Bassong’s drive, Lallana had a final say.
“Of march we were lucky, though we were not too propitious when they equalised in overtime,” Klopp said.
“It is unequivocally emotional. We are in a center of a disharmony and react. Sometimes we know what we are doing, infrequently we don’t. The diversion is adequate of a story.”
Norwich manager Alex Neil said: “It is unequivocally frustrating. We worked unequivocally tough this week and we put in a good performance, though done it a bit of a waste with the defending.”