Coutinho scored as Liverpool came from behind to beat Stoke 2-1 in the Premier League on Saturday and keep their top-four chances intact.
While Reds boss Jurgen Klopp will no doubt be concerned with his striker's ability to accumulate needless yellows, surely his booking against Stoke was worth it - if only for the jubilant reaction of the away support.
"That win will go some way to help Liverpool finish in the top four but it showed how reliant they are on Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino".
Coutinho took advantage of a loose ball in the Stoke penalty area to fire into the bottom corner of Lee Grant's goal, before Firmino looped a sublime half volley over Grant to earn a 2-1 win.
"The second save happened so quickly and I've not seen it back but when a ball comes in like that you just have to try to make yourself big and throw yourself in front of the ball". Enhanced winnings paid in free bets. I want to keep going to keep scoring and helping my team and keep learning from my manager.
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The Brazil duo's introduction completely transformed the game, but Coutinho was keen to deflect the credit.
"It's a really big win, and also because we dropped points on Wednesday against Bournemouth".
Our talisman now has three goals in his last three matches, and the effort at the Britannia was his 30th in the Premier League, making him the highest scoring Brazilian in the history of English football. "We wanted to do better in the next game and it was a good game".
And Matteo, who explained that Liverpool looked more like a Klopp's team in the second half, thinks the Reds squad are full of character for being able to rescue so many points from losing positions in the present campaign.
"We are going to face these kind of games until the end of the season with long balls into the box and corners we have to deal with and that is what we have to learn, " said the Belgian.