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However, another key man on the night, who may have been overlooked, was skipper Jordan Henderson.
Revealed by the club's Twitter account today, the England international was extremely vocal during the thrashing - practically coaching his team through the game.
Always encouraging his team, the former Sunderland man was particularly excited by Sadio Mane's excellent assist for Diogo Jota's hat trick goal. He can also be heard giving advice to youngster Curtis Jones, with the 19-year-old still growing into his role in the squad.
Henderson's importance to Liverpool has been very apparent during the campaign, with injury problems forcing Jurgen Klopp and co. to discover what life would be like without the 30-year-old.
After missing much of pre-season with a knee injury, Henderson went on to pick up a hamstring problem earlier in the season.
The midfielder was absent during Aston Villa's surprise 7-2 win over Liverpool, which showcased his importance in the middle of the park.
Since his return to the team, the Merseyside club have been undefeated. They have only dropped points in a controversial draw against local rivals Everton, which featured an injury to fellow key player Virgil Van Dijk.
Manager Jurgen Klopp will have to hope his captain continues his good form this weekend, with the team travelling to face Manchester City.
Pep Guardiola's side have made a poor start to the season by their standards, but will still be a danger to the Premier League leaders with the undoubted talent in their squad.
Featured Image Credit: Twitter/Liverpool
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