Both manager’s were pulling their hair out after this nine goal English Premier League thriller.
The Reds had one eye on their League Cup semi-final against Stoke City, their best chance of a trophy in a decade.
However it didn’t seem to effect them early on as Roberto Firmino opened the scoring, squeezing a low shot past Declan Rudd.
Then the lethargy kicked in, for what was an awful hour or so for the visitors. Senegal’s Mbokani produced a clever back-heel that fooled Liverpool for the equaliser after a series of high balls couldn’t get cleared.
Failed tracking on the press, resulted in former Everton striker Steven Naismith scoring with a low finish that Simon Mignolet should’ve done better with.
Alberto Moreno bizarrely brought down Naismith in the second half, resulting in a penalty that Wes Hoolahan converted to put Norwich 3-1 up.
That was the tonic to wake-up the visitors, and it happened nearly immediately as an unmarked Jordan Henderson giving them hope when Firmino played him in, and the Englishman was surprisingly clear.
Then Lallana chipped it forward for Firmino, who controlled it very well, and lobbed it over the keeper for 3-3.
Milner then looked to have completed the comeback with 15 minutes to go, latching onto a dreadfully underhit back pass to slot comfortably past Rudd before Bassong thought he had snatched a point, firing home in stoppage time. Klopp was angry with the amount of injury time.
However, Liverpool were not to be denied, Lallana finally finding the back of the net with a rare goal that bounced over the defenders and keeper.