Jurgen Klopp has worked absolute wonders across his four years at Liverpool.
The German has taken them from a post-Luis Suarez side on the slide to European champions and has been universally praised by Liverpool fans along the way
What endears Klopp the most to supporters is his undeniable passion, whether that be dramatic celebrations on the sidelines, animated instructions or just generally being jolly.
And those traits are on display the most when Liverpool score a late winner, something that has become commonplace under Klopp and we're not just talking about Divock Origi specials.
So, in honour of the remarkable moments that Klopp has given to Liverpool, we've decided to countdown all 12 'Kloppage time' winners and equalisers from this tenure thus far.
Every 'Kloppage time' goal
Note: Joe Allen's winner against Arsenal in 2015 as well as Toby Alderweireld's own goal last season were scored just a few seconds before injury time began.
1. Divock Origi vs West Brom (2015/16)
Erm, yeh, something of an infamous one to start off with. Liverpool have been trolled for their celebration in front of the Kop ever since Origi's deflected strike rescued a point against the Baggies.
It was, however, the start of an insane run of late goals that would make Origi an absolute god at Anfield. But more on that later.
2. Adam Lallana vs Norwich (2015/16)
In one of the craziest games of Klopp's tenure, the Reds struck a dramatic 95th minute winner that wrapped up a 5-4 victory at Carrow Road and left Liverpool's German coach with broken glasses.
3. Christian Benteke vs Crystal Palace (2015/16)
Not one that will love long in the memory, but Benteke held his nerve to score a 96th minute penalty against the club he'd later play for, completing a comeback from 1-0 down with 10 men in the process.
4. Dejan Lovren vs Borussia Dortmund (2015/16)
Even with a Champions League win and Premier League lead now in the bag, seldom have there been any greater moments under Klopp's command than the turnaround against Dortmund.
The scenes when Lovren headed home the winner at Anfield were simply unforgettable and only truly rivalled by a similarly fantastical result against Barcelona.
5. Christian Benteke vs Chelsea (2015/16)
It's starting to feel as though Benteke was the Origi of his era. The Belgian headed home his last goal for the Reds in a 1-1 draw with Chelsea that won't go down as a Premier League classic.
6. Sadio Mane vs Everton (2016/17)
It doesn't get much better than a last minute winner at Goodison Park, but that's exactly what Mane achieved with a scrappy strike past Joel Robles that sent the away end into absolute delirium.
7. Ragnar Klavan vs Burnley (2017/18)
With less than 60 seconds left on the clock at Turf Moor, the Estonian centre-back - who became a cult hero on Merseyside - arrived at the back post to head home the unlikeliest of winning goals.
8. Roberto Firmino vs PSG (2018/19)
Why hasn't this winner been given more attention in the last 12 months? In the first game of Liverpool's run to European glory, they were left kicking themselves after bottling a 2-0 lead.
But Firmino produced a moment of magic in the depths of stoppage time to down a PSG side including Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Edinson Cavani.
9. Divock Origi vs Everton (2018/19)
Origi scored his first 'Kloppage time' goal in three years with one of the flukiest strikes in Premier League history, prompting his manager to sprint on to the pitch and hug Alisson Becker in celebration.
10. James Milner vs Leicester (2019/20)
Considering the success that Leicester have enjoyed this season, James Milner's icy nerves from the penalty spot were absolutely crucial and secured three points in the fifth minute of injury time.
11. Divock Origi vs Arsenal (2019/20)
There are three things certain in life: death, taxes and Origi scoring late goals. It says everything that the Belgian's late leveller in a 5-5 classic with Arsenal wasn't even surprising.
12. Sadio Mane vs Aston Villa (2019/20)
With Manchester City completing a turnaround against Southampton, it was absolutely vital that Liverpool instigated their own comeback at Aston Villa and they entered stoppage time at 1-1.
But Mane, true to his incredible form this season, was on hand to head home a vital winner and maintained Liverpool's six-point lead by doing so.News Now - Sport News