Liverpool came from behind to beat Leicester at the King Power Stadium on Tuesday evening.
The hosts took the lead on 22 minutes when Leonardo Ulloa's shot found the back of the net via the post and the back of Simon Mignolet, but Adam Lallana pounced to bring the visitors level four minutes later.
A calm finish from the returning Steven Gerrard handed the visitors the lead early in the second half, before Jordan Henderson secured the points late on, following a Wes Morgan red card.
Here are the top five statistics from the Reds' mid-week encounter:
13 - With his goal in Tuesday's victory, Steven Gerrard has now scored for the first time in open play - not directly from a free-kick or penalty since - January 2014. Nonetheless, no English player has scored more goals (13) than the Liverpool captain in the Premier League this year.
|Position||Season||Goals||Assists||Shot Conversion (%)||Chances Created/ App||Apps|
4 - Esteban Cambiasso fashioned a game high four key passes, one greater than Liverpool's Jordan Henderson. Perhaps more shocking is the fact Leicester completed the greatest number of passes in the final third; 134, to Liverpool's 84.
6 - Raheem Sterling attempted seven take ons on against Leicester, finding success during a match-best six occasions. The Englishman now ranks fourth in the Premier League in terms of attempted dribbles for the current season.
|Team||Attempted Take ons||Apps||Mins|
|Yannick Bolasie||C. Palace||82||14||1,166|
86 - Lucas Leiva recorded more touches than any other player in this tie (86), while Henderson completed the greatest number of passes. The England international completed 86% of his attempts to find a teammate; a highly commendable effort.
|Position||Touches||Accurate Passes||Pass Accuracy (%)|
3 - With this come-back, Liverpool have gained their first points from a losing position in the Premier League this season. Onward and upwards from here for Brendan Rodgers side?