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Liverpool's Divock Origi stance justified as Jurgen Klopp learns from past transfer mistakes

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When it comes for the man for the big occasion, Divock Origi has become one of Liverpool's most-explosive impact players.

His contributions over last season will be measured by the number of memorable moments rather than minutes played.

He might not be required every week but there could still be plenty of crucial moments for Origi to be called on and in those situations he remains a tried and trusted option.

Without a goal for Liverpool for 18 months, Origi displayed his rustiness when smashing against the crossbar from just three yards out a mere three minutes after his 84th minute introduction.

Handed a starting berth in the absence of injured pair Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino, Origi then bagged a brace in the seemingly unlikely 4-0 comeback victory over Barcelona at Anfield in the Champions League semi-final second leg.

With Tottenham pushing for an equaliser in the Champions League final after Liverpool sat on the slender lead given to them by Salah's second minute penalty, Origi came off the bench again to seal their sixth European Cup success with his 87th minute goal.

Such crucial strikes have ensured that Origi's stock among Kopites has soared again.
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