Roberto Firmino made his final Anfield appearance for Liverpool when he scored in the 89th minute of Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Aston Villa.
The popular Brazilian, who will leave Liverpool when his contract expires next month, received a standing ovation when he came on as a 72nd-minute substitute.
Firmino rallied the Liverpool supporters back after volleying Mo Salah’s cross into the net.
A spectacular strike leveled the game at 1–1 after Jacob Ramsey had earlier dismissed Villa.
Firmino has now scored 110 goals in 361 appearances for the Reds.
Ramsey buried a low volley after Douglas Luiz’s cross in the 27th minute of Saturday’s game.
Villa squandered a golden chance to take the lead early when Ollie Watkins missed the target from the penalty spot.
Liverpool thought they had equalized in the 10th minute of the second half, but video review (VAR) resulted in Cody Gakpo being ruled offside and his goal disallowed.
James Milner also came off the bench to play his last home game as a Liverpool player.
Saturday’s result ended Liverpool’s seven-match winning streak.
The Reds could now miss out on a place in next season’s UEFA Champions League.