Liverpool wins their first match since the international break with a nail-biting 2-3 victory over Leicester City.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain came in the 80th minutes to replace Philippe Coutinho who scored a 25-yard goal for Liverpool.
Chamberlain had little to do other than to defend as Leicester piled on a late surge to try to snatch a draw at home.
Liverpool narrowly went home with a 3-2 away win also thanks to their goalkeeper Simon Mignolet who stopped Jamie Verdy penalty.
Mohamed Salah had given Liverpool the lead with a header from Coutinho cross before Coutinho made it 2-nil. Okazaki lifted the home spirit with a goal, then drama ensued with two goals within a minute from Jordan Henderson to make it 3-1 before Jamie Vardy pulled one back to set the match up for a grand finish.
The victory will come as a relief for Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp in view of the recent poor run of form in all competitions.