Divock Origi’s winner during Newcastle 2-3 Liverpool is better with Titanic music

Divock Origi sent thousands of fans into delirium with his winning goal at Newcastle United.

It looked for all intents and purposes that Liverpool had bowed out of the Premier League title race, limping towards a 2-2 draw that would leave Manchester City on the brink of glory.

However, Liverpool showed the type of resilience that has served them so well under Jurgen Klopp, producing a winning goal within the final five minutes at St. James’ Park.

The Reds were awarded a free-kick in controversial fashion after Fabinho went to ground, before Xherdan Shaqiri delivered a superb cross into Newcastle’s penalty area.

Origi was waiting there to pounce and a combination of his head and Jamaal Lascelles’ took the ball into the net, securing a 3-2 victory for the Merseyside-based team.


The trip to Newcastle was always going to be a difficult one, but now that Liverpool have returned to the Premier League summit, the pressure once again turns to City.

They just need to win their final two games of the season – against Leicester City and Brighton & Hove Albion – to retain the Premier League title.

However, there’s no guarantee that Pep Guardiola’s men will hold their nerve and Liverpool will do everything in their power to maintain the pressure against Wolves on the final day.


Before the final weekend, though, Liverpool fans can continue to hail Origi, who has now scored two crucial goals this season after his winner against Everton earlier in the season.

Admittedly, his header in the north-east wasn’t quite as dramatic, but it was more important in the title race and Liverpool fans will be watching replays well into the Bank Holiday weekend.

However, one supporter has made the footage even better by giving it – you guessed it – the Titanic music treatment and Celine Dion’s voice adds that extra layer of drama.

Come on, let’s not pretend like the music doesn’t improve it. Check out the video down below:

If that doesn’t bring goosebumps to a Liverpool fan, we’re not sure what will.

Perhaps the only thing that slams the brakes on the edit is Klopp’s surprisingly muted celebration, which certainly wasn’t the case when Origi won the Merseyside Derby.

Nevertheless, the dramatic vocals and instrumental do make the winning goal that extra bit special and it’s no surprise that Liverpool fans have been sharing it on Twitter.

Supporters will then be tuning in to the Monday Night Football to see whether City will navigate what looks on paper to be their toughest game of the two.

Brendan Rodgers has inspired some promising form amongst Leicester City this season and his Liverpool history could provide an extra motivation to secure at least a point.

If that’s the case, then don’t be surprised to see Leicester’s winning goal or equaliser to wind up with the Celine Dion treatment as well.