Liverpool rescued a point at Manchester United on Sunday afternoon.
However, Liverpool fell behind when Marcus Rashford tucked home a Daniel James cross, in somewhat controversial circumstances given that Victor Lindelof appeared to foul Divock Origi in the build-up.
VAR ruled that the goal was fair, and then ruled out Sadio Mane's equaliser for handball, leaving Liverpool fans frustrated, which continued deep into the second half.
Liverpool's unbeaten run was in danger, but substitute Adam Lallana popped up to tap in Andrew Robertson's cross and rescue a point.
Lallana was a somewhat unlikely hero, as the 31-year-old was making just his fourth Premier League appearance of the season, all of which have come as a substitute.
The former England international has been a sporadic player under Jurgen Klopp in recent times, but Jamie Redknapp was full of praise for him after Sunday's game.
Redknapp feels that Lallana changed the game for Liverpool by offering something different in the final third, and his performance served as a reminder of how good he really is, believing that some have forgotten his quality.
“Adam Lallana fully deserves his spot in my team of the weekend for his second-half cameo at Old Trafford,” said Redknapp. “He came on and changed the game — not only with his goal but in his overall play. He made Liverpool more calm and added a new dimension to their attack. It was a reminder of how good a player he is. Maybe we had forgotten that,” he added.
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