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Jurgen Klopp describes what it means to win one of the most extraordinary games of the season


Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp described his side's 5-4 win away at Norwich City as "unbelievable".

The Reds were involved in one of the most entertaining games of the season as they battled past the hosts at Carrow Road.

And they were three much-needed points for Liverpool as they edged closer to the Top Four.

"Unbelievable game!," Klopp told BT Sport.

"We should always think it is possible, although it was not easy today. We had a lot of problems at the start. There was a bit of searching for confidence but then we played a bit of football and saw what is possible.

"Set plays, set plays, set plays, and the game changed, the opponent got a bit more confident. When I saw five minutes of overtime I couldn't understand why.

"I think we were the deserved winner in a spectacular game. I think it is a new record but we have to solve our problems because this will not always be possible.

"Of course we were lucky, but we were not too lucky when they equalised in overtime. It is very emotional. We are in the middle of the chaos and react, sometimes we know what we are doing, sometimes we don't.

"The game is enough of a story."

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