Liverpool secured a much-needed win at home to West Bromwich Albion on Saturday afternoon.
Adam Lallana put Brendan Rodgers' side ahead on the stroke of half-time to ease the nerves around Anfield. But when Saido Berahino scored from the penalty spot 11 minutes after the re-start, the home fans would have been forgiven for thinking their club's struggles were going to continue for another week.
However new Liverpool vice-captain Jordan Henderson had other ideas, and the England international scored what proved to be the winner shortly after the hour-mark.
The result ended West Brom's recent resurgence and put Liverpool back on track after some disappointing results both domestically and in Europe.