Liverpool edged past Queens Park Rangers on Sunday in incredible style day as four goals in the final stages finally earned the Reds a 3-2 result at Loftus Road and a second straight Barclays Premier League success.
Back came Brendan Rodgers’ charges and, in a blitz of activity, Philippe Coutinho shuffled into space and successfully drove with the assistance of a deflection to the far corner, just for yet another Vargas goal to level the scores -2.
Despair turned to delirium, nevertheless, as there was still enough time for Liverpool to launch a a counter-attack that was final. Coutinho sliced open the QPR defence, Raheem Sterling squared and accumulated, where home defender Steven Caulker bundled within the line.
Rodgers’ line-up at Loftus Road revealed four changes from the side that saw off West Bromwich Albion two weeks ago, with Emre Can notably handed a maiden start for the team since his summer switch. Mario Balotelli, Jose Enrique and Glen Johnson were all restored also, with Steven Gerrard moving into a part that is more advanced.