Liverpool's Champions League top-four chances were salvaged in injury time as goalkeeper Alisson glanced home the winning goal against West Brom.
But who were the best performers on the day?
But Alisson achieved it, drifting up virtually unmarked to flick home a brilliant header to settle the match and leave his side well within reach of the top four positions. Incredible!
He has been one of their shining lights in this Premier League season and once again it was his probing despite not having too much of the ball that gave his team opportunities.
He only completed 14 passes throughout but provided an assist and a Big Chance for other team-mates while completing two dribbles. He deserves to remain at this level.
The Egyptian converted slickly from a Sadio Mane assist and on two other occasions it was his attacking play which opened up WBA only for poor finishing from team-mates to let the team down.
Salah is in a race with Harry Kane for the Golden Boot, but he was a little let down by the profligacy of his team-mates here, even though the win came late.
The former Barcelona and Bayern midfielder orchestrated proceedings both deep and in more penetrative areas. No-one touched the ball more nor completed more passes.
But his defensive play was also on show, winning 6/9 duels as well as 2/3 tackles and 2/3 defensive duels. Couples with six recoveries, he was easily the most active player on the pitch for the Reds.