World’s Super Sub? Read 11 Times Divock Origi Saved Liverpool



Since coming to Liverpool Divock Origi has asserted himself as one of the most fearful forwards who even at the last minutes, if he is introduced, always change the tide. 


 Origi, whom commentators have described as a terrific super sub, has always made a mark in the Liverpool team whenever he is introduced. He is not a regular started but the club, the team and his teammates have always feel his impact whenever he is introduced in a game. 


Haven started his senior team career at Lille, the Belgian, Origi, scored on his professional debut for the club in 2013. 


After a year and some months, Liverpool signed him for £10 million and as it is the custom for the club,  Origi was loaned  back to Lille for the 2014–15 Ligue 1 season.

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It was not smooth at Liverpool in his initial days, after struggling with injuries. Origi spent a year on loan at VfL Wolfsburg and made crucial contributions during the 2018–19 season. 


Origi signed a new long-term contract with Liverpool on 10 July 2019 and on 30 October of the same year, Origi scored twice, including a last minute bicycle kick in an EFL Cup match against Arsenal which Liverpool eventually won on penalties following a 5–5 draw in normal time.


Born on 18 April 1995, the Belgian professional footballer, Origi, has shocked the world 11 times, helping Liverpool to revive their hope for titles. 



  1. It was against West Brown Albion when Liverpool was losing but Origi, after his introduction in the match, scored at 90+6 minutes to make it 2-2 for Liverpool.
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  1. In a game against Sunderland, when the opponents proved to be stubborn, Origi was introduced and at 90+6 minutes, he scored, helping Liverpool to win 1-0.


  1. Origi was introduced in a game against West Ham and he scored at the 75 minutes through a header and Liverpool won. In another West Ham match, again, Origi came when the game was 2-2 to give Liverpool a win. 
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  1. Against Everton, Origi, who was long forgotten was brought into the game and at the 90+6 minutes, he scored the only goal to keep Liverpool on track in the Premier League league glory.   


  1. Also, when Salah was injured against Newcastle United, Origi came and scored at 86 minutes to make it 3-2.


  1. The game against Barcelona in the 2018/2019 season for the champion league semi final, when Liverpool were already down by 3 goals in the first leg, the opener from Origi and the winning goal he scored from an Alexander Arnold’s corner kick was enough for Liverpool to defeat Barcelona, another thanks to other 2 goals from Georginio Wijnaldum. Liverpool went on to defeat Tottenham at the final in Madrid with Origi scoring the winning goal at 87. Salah had scored from a spot kick in the first half. The massive performance of Origi in the crucial Champions league games that year, made fans and commentators say: “without Salah and Famino, no problem,” they have an Origi. 

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  1. Also, when Arsenal had scored 4-4 against Liverpool, Origi came as the super sub he is and scored at the 82 minutes.
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  1. In another game against Arsenal when the tie was 4-5, Origi scored at 90+4 minutes to level, which Liverpool went on to win on penalties.    


  1. In a game against Wolves, a team that proved to be a very difficult opponent, Henderson was replaced with Origi and at the 90+4 minutes he scored from a Mohammed Sallah’s pass, helping Liverpool to win the game.


  1. In a game against  AC Milan, Origi scored in the 55 minutes. 


  1. Origi who has scored 5 goals in 6 games against Everton at Anfield, did it again at the local derby on Sunday, April 24, 2022 when the  local rivals proved difficult in the first half. 


Origi was introduced by his Coach, Jürgen Klopp alongside Luis Diaz. After playing part in the action that help Mohammed Sallah to give an assist to Andy Roberson, Origi also scored the winning goal from Diaz’s bicycle curling at the 85 minutes.


After the game, Liverpool manager Klopp hailed Origi, calling him a Liverpool “legend.” 


Origi’s introduction and the subsequent  strike was enough to produce another derby-winning cameo against Everton. 


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