Liverpool are enjoying themselves at the moment.
And while the other members of Liverpool’s famous front three got on the scoresheet against Cardiff, Roberto Firmino had to settle for a new version of his now rather silly party trick.
In the last couple of seasons we’ve seen the Brazilian roll out a number of audacious no-look goals for everyone’s amusement.
But this time he produced No Look 3.0™ and delved into the world of clearances.
Poor, unassuming Victor Camarasa, innocently trying to pin Firmino back into his own corner.
Probably thought he could get a corner out of him.
He thought wrong.
With Firmino grounded on the floor, Camarasa made the naive decision to open his legs.
The Brazilian, looking in the other direction, accepted the invitation and impudently flicked the ball through them to find Alberto Moreno and Liverpool were suddenly on the attack in a flash.
Just what will Bobby do next?
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