Liverpool still remain unbeaten in the league after showing great character and grit as the Reds came back from a goal down to snatch a crucial away point from Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. The travelling supporters certainly got their money’s worth of action yesterday as the two teams battled hard and produced perhaps the best game of the season so far.

Chelsea looked to have done enough to get the better of Klopp’s men once more after their Carabao Cup win but were denied all three points courtesy of a wonder goal from Daniel Sturridge. The former Chelsea man produced a goal of the season contender to restore parity between the sides after coming off the bench to replace Milner in the second half.

After witnessing the unbelievable strike, one fan in the crowd could no longer be restricted to his seats with the other supporters and made his way to the pitch to celebrate with the players. While pitch invasions are not encouraged, Andy Robertson could be forgiven for asking the fan to “get in” with the squad for the celebrations.

Check out the clip here:

Andy telling a pitch invader to “Get In” from r/LiverpoolFC

The Scottish international’s words has obviously gone down well with supporters according to responses seen on social media with many delighted to see the passion brewing in Klopp’s team. The result will surely help to bolster the morale in the Reds camp even more ahead of big matches against Napoli and Manchester City in the coming week.

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