Six months in and the jury is still out on Jurgen Klopp's time at Liverpool.
It's been mostly positive for the German since he arrived on Merseyside yet inconsistency has largely marred the Reds' aspirations.
As a result, for every fantastic performance under Klopp has come a downright awful one. Here are three of the best and three of the worst.
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Manchester City 4-1 Liverpool, 21/11/15
City were very much title contenders at this point in the season, so for the Reds to go out and batter them 4-1 at the Etihad was quite something.
A first-half onslaught saw the away side go three goals up just after the half-hour mark, while Martin Skrtel provided the icing on the cake by netting a fourth ten minutes from time.
The clash was one of the first under Klopp in which Brazilian duo Roberto Firmino and Philippe Coutinho showed just how dangerous they can be. Since then, both have gone on to flourish under the German and suggest the best is yet to come.
Southampton 6-1 Liverpool, 02/12/15
Daniel Sturridge's return to the Liverpool side against Ronald Koeman's men was a timely reminder of what the forward is capable of when fit and available.
After conceding an early goal from Sadio Mane, Sturridge turned the tie on its head with a quickfire double before the 30-minute mark.
Divock Origi then took up the goalscoring mantle with a hat-trick while Jordon Ibe netted the other. Such a resounding victory over a strong Southampton side had shades of Klopp's devastating Borussia Dortmund.
Liverpool 2-0 Manchester United, 10/03/16
Whilst both sets of fans would have undoubtedly prefered this clash to have taken place in the Champions League rather than Europa, the chance for Liverpool to eliminate their old rivals was still not to be sniffed at.
The score was 2-0 at full-time, yet fans could rejoice in the fact it could have been more. United were hopelessly poor whilst Klopp's side dominated the first leg, finishing the job in the second at Old Trafford with a 1-1 draw.
Newcastle 2-0 Liverpool, 06/12/15
Liverpool were in good form heading into this clash against a relegation-threatened Newcastle side, so it was an unpleasant surprise for the travelling supporters when their side succumbed to a 2-0 defeat.
Not a horrendous result on the face of it, but considering it was only the Magpies' third win of the season and it stopped a resurgent Liverpool in their tracks, it was a hard pill to swallow.
Watford 3-0 Liverpool, 20/12/15
After dispatching Southampton 6-1 in emphatic fashion at the beginning of December, fans would have been forgiven for thinking the only way was up under new boss Klopp.
But fast forward two weeks and four games without a win and the Kop's expectations were well and truly brought back down on to earth.
The final game in a run of four without victory was a dour 3-0 loss to Watford. Adam Bogdan got his side off to a calamitous start by dropping the ball directly from a corner which allowed Nathan Ake to poke home, before Odion Ighalo netted twice to send the visitors back to Merseyside without a point.
Southamptom 3-2 Liverpool 20/03/16
Another epic clash involving the Reds and Saints, though this time the result didn't go in favour of Klopp's men even despite racing into a 2-0 lead after 22 minutes.
Liverpool's two goal lead ultimately yielded very little after a capitulation in the face of three second-half Southampton goals. It was the first time in Premier League history that the Reds had surrendered a two goal lead at half-time.