Philippe Coutinho wrote his name into the record books on Saturday as he became the highest-scoring Brazilian in Premier League history with a goal in Liverpool’s 2-1 victory at Stoke.
Liverpool’s top four chances appeared to be set to suffer a major dent when Jonathan Walters gave Stoke a half-time lead with a 44th-minute header.
But two goals in two minutes – the first from Coutinho – turned the game on its head as the Reds went on to secure all three points.
Coutinho, who joined Liverpool from Inter Milan in 2013, now has 30 goals in the Premier League – more than any other Brazilian player in the history of the division.
In total 42 players from Brazil have scored in the Premier League, and we’re challenging you to name every single one of them. We’re giving you 10 minutes to do so. Aren’t we kind?
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There’s more to showboating than showing off.
Would this inspire you?
It was a brilliant nine years at Chelsea.
Everyone thought he’d be a world beater.
Expecting 100% from you Villans out there.
Paul Pogba was on top form against Stoke on Monday
Has your driving instructor scored for Spurs?
Claude Puel soon turned it around at Leicester.
These are mightily impressive.
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