Jurgen Klopp admitted that he enjoyed Liverpool's response in their win over Leicester City after falling behind.
The Reds booked their place in the fourth round of the Carabao Cup after overcoming Championship opposition with Dominik Szoboszlai's piledriver the pick of the bunch in a 3-1 win, at Anfield.
Cody Gakpo levelled proceedings three minutes into the second-half, after Kasey McAteer opened the scoring, before Diogo Jota completed the comeback with a minute of normal time remaining.
Liverpool were unlucky to not to go in at the break level with Ben Doak and Jota going close. However, they raced out of the traps to deny a shock from Enzo Maresca's side to hand Klopp a "top night".
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"Top goals, absolutely top goals. The goals we didn't score we pretty beautiful as well, they just didn't go in, the last of Harvey (Elliott) I have no clue who (Conor Coady) blocked that," said the Liverpool boss.
"Now we look back, a top night, Wataru (Endo) how he grew into the game, how dominant he was in the second-half. The way he won the ball, passed the ball, he passed the ball through the lines again, he played a super game.
"Jarell Quansah, not only playing outstandingly well but setting a goal up, so exciting, you can't watch him without smiling it's really nice to see," Klopp added.
"Strikers fought so hard and scored super important goals both Cody (Gakpo) and Diogo (Jota).
"Harvey, Curtis (Jones) at right-back, Ibou (Ibrahima Konate) using his full speed in the counter-attacks in the second, Caiomhin (Kelleher) calm, composed,Read on liverpoolecho.co.uk