Curtis Jones' first goal for Liverpool last weekend was an absolute cracker.
The Reds' FA Cup tie with bitter rivals Everton looked to be heading to a replay.
But then Jones stepped up in the 71st minute.
The 18-year-old curled an unstoppable effort that looped over Jordan Pickford and went in the net off the crossbar.
It really was a stunning goal and one worthy of winning every match.
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Of course, as well as being his first ever professional goal, that was the first time he has netted in a competitive match under Jurgen Klopp.
On the back of his incredible finish, a video has been created showing a selection of Liverpool players' first goals with Klopp at the helm.
The video, created by 'Anfield Legend', is just under five minutes long and features goals from the likes of Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mane and Trent Alexander-Arnold.
And you can watch it below...
There's a variety of goals in there.
Roberto Firmino's first goal under Klopp was nothing special - although it was important.
The Brazilian tapped home into an empty net after good work from both Emre Can and Philippe Coutinho.
Mohamed Salah's first goal was also a tap-in, coming against Watford in 2017.
But they were nothing compared to some.
Sadio Mane's first goal for Liverpool under the management of Klopp was special.
In a match against Arsenal in 2016, the Senegalese international sprinted down the right-wing, waltzed in-between Nacho Monreal and Calum Chambers and then fired a shot with his weaker left-foot into the top corner.
Divock Origi's was also a good goal as he fired a venemous effort into the top corner against Southampton.
But none will compare to Trent Alexander-Arnold's first goal under Klopp.
The English right-back curled home an exquisite free-kick in the Champions League against Hoffenheim, which also proved to be his first goal in professional football.News Now - Sport News