The Liverpool midfielder hit a stunning equaliser against Arsenal on Sunday.
Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho scores their first goal with a free kick
Things did not start off well for the game, with a Theo Walcott strike having handed Arsenal a 1-0 lead in the first half.
Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho celebrates scoring their first goal
Coutinho stepped up with a piece of magic before the break though, curling in a superb free kick past Petr Cech to level the scores.
His goal proved the catalyst for an 18 minute spell of dominance in the second half and Lallana has joked nobody else will get a look in at freekicks as a result, although they are happy to let the Brazilian have them regardless.
“There’s just no chance anyone is getting anywhere near a free-kick,” he told the club’s official website.
“But we all want him to have them because he can produce that, and I think that’s the best I’ve ever seen him score. The ‘keeper had no chance.”
Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho celebrates scoring their first goal with teammates
It will now be interesting to see if Coutinho can build on this impressive performance and star consistently for Liverpool this season.
There is no denying his quality when he is in top form and he is arguably one of the most improved under Jurgen Klopp so far.
However, consistency has often been a problem and they will be hoping this is the season he finally puts that to bed as they eye a top four place or better.
Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp celebrates their fourth goal scored by Sadio Mane