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Brendan Rodgers on the late win, delighted with last two months


Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers was delighted after his side's impressive comeback against Bolton Wanderers on Wednesday night.

The Reds produced an impressive late comeback in the last five minutes of the game with Raheem Sterling and Philippe Coutinho scoring two of this season's most important goals so far.

The 2-1 away win at the Macron Stadium gives Rodgers' men a fifth-round tie at Crystal Palace.

"We had some chances in the first half and didn't quite take them," Rodgers said after the game.

"Then we went a goal down to what was never a penalty. But our composure and quality after that moment was very good.

"We scored two but could have had many more. But give credit to Bolton as well over the two games. Neil [Lennon] has done a brilliant job with his squad - they are very resilient and very hard to beat.

"They took us right to the very end, but it was a great win for us.

"We have a great habit at the minute, which is winning games. You can't question their character; they have shown in my time here that they have a really strong mentality.

"They might not have been playing or performing well, but certainly we needed to arrest the momentum that was going the other way after the Crystal Palace game.

"After that, we did that with seven points out of nine. But it was then putting something in place that was going to get us back operating how we have done.

"That momentum has now come the other way over the last seven to eight weeks."

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