Jurgen Klopp and Jordan Henderson celebrate Liverpool goal

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Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson returned to the pitch last night in what proved to be an extraordinary night for his side. 

The rampant Reds demolished Southampton in the Captial One Cup quarter-final as they struck six goals at St Mary's. 

But one of the moments of the match was on the touchline as Henderson was waiting patiently to enter the field. Youngster Jordon Ibe netted Liverpool's fifth goal of the game to leave a very happy manager and captain on the sidelines.


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With Henderson sticking his right arm in the air, Klopp embraced him with a colossal smile and a tender hug. 

Unsurprisingly, after watching their side produce an outstanding performance, Liverpool fans loved everything about the exchange. 

Huge opportunity 

The night got even better for the Liverpool faithful after their side steered clear of rivals Everton and Manchester City in the semi-final draw. 

A double-header against Stoke City will be no easy task, of course, but Liverpool will be confident of securing their passage to the final. 

Klopp factor 

Confidence is sky high on Merseyside right now and it's all because of the impact of revered boss Klopp. The first-team stars at Anfield have responded to the German coach's views and theories already and all involved at the club will expect success sooner rather than later. 

If Klopp manages to secure the Capital One Cup trophy and claim a top-four finish this season, then the Reds faithful will be very pleased indeed. 

Liverpool fans: do you expect your side to win the Capital One Cup? Have your say below! 

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