Liverpool went into half-time against Sunderland absolutely cruising after two goals in quick succession from Daniel Sturridge and Luis Suarez - his first since returning from his mammoth suspension for biting Branislav Ivanovic last season.
In the end Liverpool went on to win 3-1, with Luis Suarez scoring another in the 90th minute.
And one player in particular was extremely happy with the result at half-time.
Glen Johnson is currently out of the side, after suffering an ankle injury against Manchester United. He had the cast taken off the affected joint a week ago, but is still in no position to return to action - so was watching the game instead.
And at half-time he sent a cheeky Tweet.
The first Liverpool goal had a suspected element of handball about it, well nothing suspect at all - Sturridge handballed it.
He came at the ball with a header but instead the ball definitely hit his arm before beating Kieren Westwood in the Sunderland goal-mouth.
But Glen Johnson felt karma played a role in the goal, making up for this moment of madness in 2009…
Darren Bent’s strike cannoned off a beachball, deflecting it beyond the despairing Pepe Reina in the Liverpool goal.
And Johnson’s Tweet seemed to suggest this was retribution for those events…
Got to be happy with 2 nil at half time. First goal maybe handball but even still it would only even out the beach ball incident #3PointsPlz— Glen Johnson (@glen_johnson) September 29, 2013
image: © kong niffe