Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish was delighted with match-winner Luis Suarez after the Uruguayan stole all three points against Queens Park Rangers at Anfield.
In a week that included him being handed a second FA charge after an incident against Fulham, Suarez’s header sealed the win two minutes after half-time.
The goal capped a dominate Liverpool display, one that thrilled manager Dalglish.
"It was an excellent performance. We had a lot of chances," said Dalglish.
"He scored with a header which doesn't happen very often and he played really well. It was well-deserved and well-taken."
"It was an excellent performance," he added. "We had a lot of chances and we got one (goal), they never got any.
"One is enough when the others don't get an opportunity and the players showed great courage and belief in what they are doing to continue doing what they were doing well which was pass and move and creating chances.
"Some of the football we played in the first half was brilliant and I think we played better before we scored than after it - but even then we still created a few."