Origi points out the injury-time goal, showing the Liverpool

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Divock Origi, the deity in the form of a striker, pointed out that the injury-time winner showed that Liverpool believed and went on until the very.

A goal from the Belgian spearhead in stoppage time sent Liverpool to a 1-0 victory over Wolves.

Go and Origi pointed out that their last-minute Refusal to give up shows what the club is committed to.

“I think it has to do with what the club stands for, keep believing, keep going. ” Origi told the club’s website.

“Ultimately, you can only control the moments in which you participate. and try to play correctly every time Even if you fail over and over again.”

Divock Origi believes Liverpool’s late show proves their staying power after his heroics at Wolves

The forward’s injury-time strike snatched a 1-0 win at Molineux after the Reds dominated.

It briefly sent Liverpool top of the Premier League before Manchester City became the third team to lead the table on Saturday following their 3-1 win at Watford Chelsea having started the day at the summit.

“In the end we were happy to score. Even if it’s a little late We enjoy that door. 

“We tried to dig into the details in the middle of the week. And we are one and the same throughout the season to try to win, “

” To win it, shooting it was felt that the best and also allows us to maintain the momentum into next, “

Wolfe. Spurs became the first club to stop Liverpool from scoring since Real Madrid in April, until Origi netted in stoppage time.