Liverpool fans went through a rollercoaster of emotions during Saturday's dramatic 2-1 comeback against Aston Villa, and James Milner took to Instagram after the game with a light-hearted post suggesting that he knew exactly what Reds' supporters had been through.
An unused substitute at Villa Park, Milner watched from the bench as Liverpool fell behind, saw Roberto Firmino's finish ruled out for a (very) marginal offside and claimed a comeback victory through Andrew Robertson and Sadio Mane's late finishes.
Mane's header was as last gasp as it gets, and Milner joked that supporting Liverpool is not advised for those suffering from anxiety or heart issues.
He captioned a photo of his celebrating teammates with the words: "Health Warning If you suffer from anxiety or heart problems it’s not advisable to support LFC."
With Manchester City completing their own comeback against Southampton, the three points here maintained Liverpool's six-point advantage over the Citizens and could be crucial in the Reds' bid for a maiden Premier League title.
Dramatic goals and turnarounds have been a feature of Jurgen Klopp's reign at Liverpool, building the fear factor of European nights under the Anfield lights and fuelling the German's growing cult reputation - despite putting fans through stress, tension and, ultimately, jubilation.
It all seemed to start with a remarkable 2016 reversal against Klopp's former employers, as Liverpool trailed Borussia Dortmund 3-0 on aggregate at half-time of their Europa League quarter-final second leg. Four second-half goals saw the Reds progress, the last of them coming from Dejan Lovren in stoppage-time.
However, the pinnacle has to be last season's semi-final comeback against Barcelona. 3-0 down heading into the second leg at Anfield, Liverpool blew Messi and Co. away in a 4-0 victory to reach the final - the rest, as they say, is history.