Jurgen Klopp told Liverpool players to find a way to win against Norwich

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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp told his players to find a way to win against Norwich City at half-time. 

This is according to midfielder Lucas, who has admitted that the Reds were 'happy' to leave Carrow Road with all three points on Saturday. 

Liverpool went in at the half-time interval trailing their Premier League counterparts 2-1, but, despite falling even further behind during proceedings, managed to secure a 5-4 win thanks to a 94th-minute strike by England international Adam Lallana. 


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Unsurprisingly, the midfielder's late strike sparked wild celebrations in what proved to be one of the games of the season. 

But it could have all been so different for Liverpool, who flattered to deceive at times during the contest. 

Lucas has his say 

Lucas, who has become a key player under the guidance of the revered coach, certainly left the field of play in great spirits. 

The Brazilian midfielder, as per the Liverpool Echo, stated: “Of course, we are happy to get the result. Especially the way it was at half-time.

When asked about what Klopp told the players at half-time, Lucas revealed: “The manager just said we had to find a way to win. We did it. Of course, it’s not the best way to win a game but maybe it was what we needed.”

It's now crucial that Liverpool manage to find some momentum over the coming weeks as they go in search of securing a place in the top four of the Premier League. 

Can Liverpool still make the top four? Have your say below! 

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