Liverpool came out on top in a thrilling 5-3 Premier League victory at the Britannia Stadium against Stoke City.

Here’s how Twitter reacted as both sides just couldn’t stop scoring…

5 minutes: Liverpool take an early lead as Cissokho’s long-range effort takes a wicked deflection off Ryan Shawcross and in…

32 minutes: Luis Suarez capitalises on some woeful Stoke defending to double Liverpool’s lead…

39 minutes: But Stoke get themselves back in it when Peter Crouch finds himself unmarked to head home against his former club…

45 minutes: And another former Liverpool player, Charlie Adam, pulls Stoke level with a screamer from 18 yards…

51 minutes: Liverpool take the lead via Steven Gerrard penalty after Raheem Sterling softly went down in the Stoke area…

71 minutes: Substitute Daniel Sturridge sets up Luis Suarez for the Uruguayan’s 22nd goal of the season…

85 minutes: But Stoke give themselves hope of another comeback when Jonathan Walters slides home with five minutes remaining…

87: But Daniel Sturridge marks his return from injury with a goal just two minutes later to restore Liverpool’s two goal cushion and secure all three points for the Reds…

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