The top five Liverpool goals this season

Liverpool have mounted a late push for a top six spot following a number of positive results, but with only one game left, they are expected to wait until next season before continuing their rise.

Despite sitting eighth in the Premier League table, the Reds managed to register 62 goals, one more than Arsenal who are currently third, and are beginning to look very strong under the passionate management of former Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp.

Even injured plague star Daniel Sturridge was able to bag himself some goals as the medical staff look to have finally found a way to keep one of his main attacking outlets fit and away from the treatment table.

We feel that once Klopp has a chance to rebuild this squad over the summer, the Reds are bound to produce even more magic.

So, with next season not yet upon us, here are the top FIVE Liverpool goals for the 2015/16 term.

Number 5 (Philippe Coutinho vs. Manchester United)

When it comes to beautiful goals, Philippe Coutinho is not far from the list as he always managed to produce moments of magic. His strike against bitter rivals Manchester United helped his side ensure progression to the latter stages of the Europa League, where they have now reached the final.

Number 4 (Daniel Sturridge vs. Southampton)

Yes, Daniel Sturridge has spent a majority of the campaign trying to recover from injuries, but never discredit him as he is bound to find the back of the net when given the opportunity. His goal against Southampton started off via a brilliant pass from Emre Can and some precise movements by the striker himself.

Number 3 (Roberto Firmino vs. Arsenal)

Roberto Firmino has enjoyed a great debut campaign with Liverpool, registering 11 goals as well as another 11 assists this term. His strike from range against Arsenal makes our list given the way it swerved away from Petr Cech. In addition to that, scoring goals against your top four rivals is bound to always makes things that much better!

Number 2 (Philippe Coutinho vs. Stoke City)

Like mentioned before, Philippe Coutinho is bound to find his way back onto the list given that he is a master of finishing from range. His goal against Stoke City is no different, as he managed to guide the ball past Jack Butland with ferocity.

Number 1 (Christian Benteke vs. Manchester United)

Christian Benteke has been on the receiving end of quite a bit of criticism in recent months for his form, but his strike against Manchester United shows exactly what he is capable of when given the chance. The striker manages to produce a powerful overhead kick that goes right pass David de Gea, something that doesn’t happen too often!