Playing with 10-men and a goal down against Newcastle United, Darwin Nunez delivered a performance that could be a turning point in his Liverpool career.
After being brought on by Jurgen Klopp on 77 minutes, the striker scored four minutes later with a clinical right-footed finish.
Nunez then showed superb composure in the third minute of stoppage time to seal a famous win for the Reds.
The substitute's game-changing contribution earns a place in the Team of the Week selected by Alan Shearer, the competition's record goalscorer and Hall of Fame inductee.
Jose Sa (Wolves)
“Made incredible saves to put Wolves in a position to claim a huge win at Everton.”
Malo Gusto (Chelsea)
“Stepped up in the absence of Reece James with two assists.”
Joachim Andersen (Crystal Palace)
“Delivered a strong performance and showed great desire to score the equaliser.”
Destiny Udogie (Spurs)
“He is revelling in Ange Postecoglou’s system and produced a great assist.”
Matty Cash (Aston Villa)
“You wouldn’t know he's a right-back with those two goals. What a performance!”
Joao Palhinha (Fulham)
“How Fulham must be glad to have him back in the starting XI.”
James Maddison (Spurs)
“Having Harry Kane’s old No 10 shirt is taking him to a new level. What a player!”
Anthony Gordon (Newcastle)
“He had Trent Alexander-Arnold on toast in the first half.”
Raheem Sterling (Chelsea)
“He looks back to the Sterling of 3-4 years ago. A wonderful display.”
Michail Antonio (West Ham)
“Bullied Brighton’s defence all match and scored another outstanding goal.”
Darwin Nunez (Liverpool)
“Those two goals could be a turning point in his Liverpool career. Absolutely clinical.”
Manager: Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool)
“His changes proved to be a tactical masterstroke.”