Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish has reacted to Trent Alexander-Arnold's statement on Instagram after the full-back's late winner.
Liverpool needed two second half goals from Mohamed Salah and a stoppage time striker from Alexander-Arnold to secure their first home win of 2021.
Ollie Watkins fired Dean Smith's side in front on the stroke of half-time after his effort squirmed into the back of the net.
The Premier League champions thought they were level on half-time through Roberto Firmino's cheeky chip but VAR ruled it out with Diogo Jota marginally straying 'offside' in the build-up to the equaliser.
Eventually, the Reds made their chances count with Salah heading home after Martinez pawed away Andy Robertson's strike.
Into stoppage time and with the game on a knife-edge, Alexander-Arnold picked up the ball on the edge of the box and curled his shot into the far corner to secure the win.
Putting an end to the winless run that spanned 115 days, dating back to Firmino's winner in a 2-1 win over Tottenham Hotspur.
The Liverpudlian ended a troublesome week, that saw the full-back subjected to racist abuse on social media following the 3-1 defeat to Real Madrid, on a high picking up the man-of-the-match award as well as the winning goal.
Just weeks after his omission from the England set-up, he sent a message of intent to the onlooking England manager, Gareth Southgate.
Taking to Instagram, the right-back captioned his post to his 5.3million followers: "Are you not entertained!? 💪🏽"
Jack Grealish, who missed his sides defeat through injury, left a tongue-in-cheek comment to his fellow Englishman.
As simplistic as a combination of a sad and laughing emoji from the Villa skipper.
Following the win, there was a culmination of praise from his fellow team mates and manager Jurgen Klopp.
In a topsy-turvy Premier League season, the 22-year-old bagged his second goal of the season, doubling his tally after he opened his account in January's 3-1 win over Spurs.
Mohamed Salah said: "I tell him focus on your own game, don't listen to anyone else. People will always talk."