Liverpool fell behind within the first minute only to put six past Southampton before everything was said and done, and the club have done something cool in the aftermath, boiling down all seven goals and over ninety minutes of their live radio coverage into a minute.
That’s less than ten seconds a goal for those doing the math at home. For those who watched the game live, it’s a great way to revisit what turned out to be a wonderful match. It’s also a chance for the club to remind fans that they broadcast free radio commentary of every match with no region restrictions.
It may not be quite the same as seeing Divock Origi slamming the ball into the roof of the net, but for the times you can’t get to a broadcast—or better yet, the stadium—it’s not a bad option to have to fall back on.