Liverpool made it six successive victories with a 3-1 win over West Ham United on Sunday afternoon.
After Jarrod Bowen's header had cancelled out Mohamed Salah's penalty, the Reds scored twice in the second period through Darwin Nunez and Diogo Jota to move up to second in the Premier League.
But you knew all of that, of course. What you might have missed, however, were a series of interesting subplots at Anfield on Sunday afternoon.
Wry smile from Antonio
The smile was a wry one from Michail Antonio as he made his way through the post-match mixed zone area on Sunday afternoon.
After bombastically claiming that West Ham would secure just their second triumph at Anfield since 1963 earlier in the week -alongside a prediction that David Moyes's side would finish above the Reds for the first time in the Premier League era - Antonio was given some ironic cheers when he was substituted in the second half having made little impact up against Joel Matip.
Antonio made his way past the assembled press after the game and offered little more than a knowing smile and a bowed head as he declined the opportunity for a post-match chat with any of the reporters gathered.
Having made the surprise claims on his podcast, Antonio was far more sheepish at full time after his bold proclamations had fallen flat.
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Werner all smiles
Liverpool chairman Tom Werner was one of the delighted on-lookers at Anfield on Sunday. The Fenway Sports Group supremo was in Austria for Thursday's visit to LASK in Europa League and was back on Merseyside toRead on liverpoolecho.co.uk