Lineker, Origi and more: Twitter reacts as Liverpool beat Norwich

Gary Lineker and Divock Origi take to Twitter as Liverpool edge to a dramatic 4-3 win against Norwich City at Carrow Road

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Adam Lallana scored a 95th-minute winner as Liverpool secured a memorable 5-4 victory over Norwich City at Carrow Road.

The former Southampton midfielder secured a dramatic victory for the Reds after Sebastien Bassong had made it 4-4 in the first minute of added time.

Earlier, Roberto Firmino made the first-half breakthrough with a close-range finish before Dieumerci Mbokani and Steven Naismith overturned the scoreline.

Wes Hoolahan appeared to put the game out of Liverpool’s reach from the penalty spot after Alberto Moreno fouled Naismith inside Simon Mignolet’s area.

However, Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson scored 96 seconds later to equalise before James Milner edged the Reds into the lead with 15 minutes remaining.

The Merseyside outfit’s 5-4 victory over the Canaries was their first Premier League win of 2016.

Here is the best of the Twitter reaction from the professionals, past and present, in crhonological order to a crazy game at Carrow Road.

1-0 to Liverpool:

2-1 to Norwich:

3-1 to Norwich:

3-3 draw:

4-3 to Liverpool:

4-4 draw:

5-4 to Liverpool:

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