PLYMOUTH ARGYLE 0-1 LIVERPOOL: LUCAS LEIVA'S GOAL TAKES JURGEN KLOPP'S SIDE TO FA CUP FOUR
Lucas Leiva put his side ahead after heading home Philippe Coutinho's cross
Jurgen Klopp decided to play a stronger team than the one that drew at home with Manchester United
Lucas Leiva celebrating his goal
The Brazilian put Jurgen Klopp’s men ahead with a stunning early header
Just over six years since Leiva's last goal, the Brazilian has not forgotten how to celebrate.
Lucas Leiva pumped his fists as he celebrates in front of Plymouth’s fans, screaming out after hitting the target for the first time since a Champions League clash against Steaua Bucharest.
But Leiva did not believe it was more than six years since he last scored.
He joked: “It is that long? I scored last week in training, you know!
“It’s good to score. I don’t score many and I helped the team.
Plymouth played fair and they were on the ball all the time but they were strong physically. We had a lot of young players but it’s a good experience and the main thing was to get through to the next round.”
Liverpool will play Championship side Wolves at Anfield in the fourth round of the FA Cup
Jervis had a fantastic chance to equalise but his right-footed volley caught the edge of the post and went wide
Lucas Leiva's header from Philippe Coutinho's cross put Liverpool on their way to a third-round replay victory over Plymouth
Liverpool had a chance to kill off the third-round replay when Alberto Moreno was brought down by Yann Songo'o
Moreno was sent flying into the air by the defender and referee Graham Scott pointed to the penalty spot