The Brazilian was impressive again as his side progressed in the Europa League.
The two sides met in the second leg of their Europa League last 16 clash, with the Reds holding a 2-0 lead from the game at Anfield.
An Antony Martial penalty made things interesting however, as United looked to make their way back into the tie.
However, Coutinho then showed his quality as he beat Guillermo Varela before delicately chipping past David De Gea to draw the sides level and ultimately put the game beyond the home side.
It was all round impressive display from the Brazilian, who showed he could do it in a big game when his side needed him most.
|Match||Touches||Total Pass||Accurate Pass||Pass|
|Total Contest||Won Contest||Total Scoring Att||Ontarget Scoring Att|
|Philippe Coutinho||Manchester United vs Liverpool||62||39||30||77%||6||4||5||4|
As illustrated by the table provided by WhoScored, the Brazilian was heavily involved throughout.
He posted 62 touches in total, the joint most of any Liverpool player alongside Emre Can.
His passing was excellent as usual, as he managed 39 passes , 30 of which were accurate, enjoying a pass success of 77%.
He was also busy with his dribbling, posting six dribbles in total, four of which he won, enjoying a success rate of 67%.
Added in to all that was his shooting as he managed five shots in total, the most of any player in the game, with four of those being on target as he proved a threat to De Gea during the game.