Klopp couldn't contain his delight at Lallana's goal.

Jurgen Klopp's celebration against Norwich caught in slo-mo and it's brilliant

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It's fair to say that Jurgen Klopp enjoyed Adam Lallana's last gasp winner against Southampton yesterday. 

The Liverpool boss has made the back pages for roaring down the sidelines to greet Lallana after his goal made it 5-4 in a thrilling clash against Norwich at Carrow Road, and losing his glasses in the process. 

However, the whole thing was over in a flash of sheer joy and glory. Seconds after the goal came the final whistle, and the moment to saviour was over forever. Well, it wasn't actually.

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A Brilliant slow motion video has emerged online that captures the nuance of the celebration in superb detail.

It really does have everything. From the initial outpouring of emotion, to Klopp composing himself enough to know he needs to run towards his players and join in the celebration, before finally he's swamped and the spectacles go flying. 

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The icing on the cake? The Liverpool coaching staff going absolutely crazy behind Klopp. Actually scrap that, it's the Baywatch music. That's the icing on the cake. You seriously need to check it out at the bottom of this article.

Despite all the last minute joy in a topsy-turvey match, Klopp still had some stern words for his Liverpool team after shipping four goals against a relegation-threatened Norwich side. The Reds have been vulnerable from set pieces this term and that showed up again at Carrow Road.

Klopp said: "It's easy to play against us as you don't have to create chances. Put the whole team in our box and something will happen. After the game it feels funny but it's really rubbish what we are doing and we have to solve this."

The win moves Liverpool up to seventh place, eight points off Tottenham who occupy the fourth and final Champions League qualification spot, and three points behind Manchester United.

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