Right, we've had monkeys in charge of matches, penalty decisions to divide the masses and a late, late winner.
A solid Sunday's work in anyone's book.
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You can watch the full game on the BBC Red Button and the second half on BBC One.
James in London: I never understood this idea of a "soft" penalty. Isn't that just admitting that's it penalty? We moan all the time about Italians getting away with little fouls all the time. And then when the little fouls are penalised we say it's soft!
Ben in Croydon: It's very upsetting. Upsetting to see a club such as Liverpool having to resort to cheating to beat a team scrapping at the bottom.
Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew: "You've got to be 100% sure. In super slow motion the knee touches the foot and he goes over like he's been shot. In the last second of the game, are you going to give a penalty then?"
Alan Pardew speaking to Sky Sports: “We didn't get any pressure on them when they went down to 10. Up to that we were good and deserved to be in front.
“The keeper made a mistake, which cost us and made us edgy from that point and we never lost that edginess for the rest of the game.
“He [Benteke] certainly made a big meal of it. If it had been us, we would not have got it.
“I’m frustrated because I looked at the referee. He was not going to give it and then he looked at the linesman who gave it.
“It was a game we should have come away with and we didn't.”
Alan Pardew is clearly frustrated and has a bit of a tussle with Sky Sports reporter Geoff Shreeves: "Let's not get into a debate here and you try to antagonise me. I don't want to get into a debate about this penalty, that's my opinion, let's move on."
Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew: "[Christian Benteke] is looking for it. Our player is pulling out of it. If the linesman gives it for the touch of the knee in the last minute I think it is harsh. Damien Delaney literally pulls out of it and the follow through of his knee gets it. Blimey, that's tough."
Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew: "I feel like we've been robbed a little bit but again maybe we shot ourselves in the foot a bit. When we went down to 10 men maybe we should have pushed on a little bit."
Here comes an angry-looking Alan Pardew...
Liverpool are back to six points behind Manchester City in fourth so retain an interest in a Champions League berth.
Palace are nine points clear of the drop zone. Should be enough...?
Lucas: If ever a game underlined Milner's importance to Liverpool, it's this one...
Hilts: Clear penalty, knee caught him - if it's at the other end Pardew would be moaning if it was not given.
Gary in Essex: Clear penalty. Replays prove it. Cheating? I think not. Accusers hang your heads.
Crystal Palace midfielder Joe Ledley speaking to BBC Sport: "Getting in a position like that it's devastating. Usually getting into a position like that at home we are okay at seeing things out.
"Second-half, 1-0 up and they are down to 10 men - we should be seeing that out.
"The second goal was harsh I think. I don't think it was a penalty, but if you slide to ground like that in the box you are always going to put it into the ref's mind
"The run is not ideal, of course. We need to get some confidence back within the camp and hopefully start winning games."
No sign of Alan Pardew yet. He was very animated after that late, late penalty...
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp speaks to BBC Sport: "If you are behind it's not so important why and how, the only thing is that the difference is not so big. We had to change the system and had to try to stay offensive. We knew it was risky but at the end we forced it and for us it is a great win."
On Benteke: "It was a perfect change, he really worked hard. His first touch was a big chance and then it was his penalty. He made the move and forced the situation. It was a clear penalty and then he was pretty cool with the penalty. Football is a lot of things and sometimes it's all about passion. What I saw today from my players, they defended with all they had and that's good to see."
On the Firmino goal: "Sometimes you need a bit of luck. We forced it in a way because we were high in our formation. We were there, cool enough and scored the goal."
Confidence high ahead of Europa League meeting with Man Utd: "It feels good in this moment. We have to recover now and then we will be ready."
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp speaking to Sky Sports: “I’m pretty happy. It was well deserved. We played well in that second-half against a well-rested team.
“First-half we started okay but forgot to shoot on the goal. But what we did in the end was brilliant.
"I feel sorry for Palace but I have just seen the replay [of the penalty decision] in the dressing room and it was a clear penalty. If there was no contact, Benteke would have been in a great position to shoot."
Crystal Palace midfielder Joe Ledley says that they are not happy about the penalty decision and says 'he didn't touch him.'
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp speaks to Sky Sports about his changes after the red card: "We changed to 3-4-2. That's what we tried, a little bit risky. Dejan Lovren had to be the right back and centre half. You can try but the rest is passion. For defence you always need more passion than formation.
"We brought on Kolo Toure to save the result at the end but you take what you can get. We had moments to score but now everything is OK. Football is like this. You make a plan at the end but the lads did great. This is the third league win in a row, I can't believe how it feels, really good, a big moment for us."
Not a penalty. I'd call that cheating.
Benteke comes on and does what he does best. Falls over.
It was a soft penalty but definite contact and that's all that is needed. Liverpool deserve that result.
Ah, the inconsistencies of football referees, Mirallas booked, Benteke does exactly the same and gets the game winning penalty.
Jurgen Klopp says that he brought Kolo Toure on late on because he wanted to secure a 1-1 draw - so the 2-1 win has made him very, very happy...
Liverpool striker Christian Benteke speaks to BBC Sport: "I believe in myself and I am going to fight until the end, I have no doubt about it."
Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren on Sky Sports: "It was an incredible performance from all of us, especially after the red card. We stepped up and showed our skills and character. This is a lift for everyone of us. It's good for confidence and we need to continue like this."
Liverpool striker Christian Benteke on the penalty he won in injury time: "I think he touched me otherwise I don't go down. The referee knows better than us and he took the right decision. You have to be ready when the manager needs you and I tried to do my best today."
Crystal Palace have gone 12 Premier League matches without a win (D4 L8), the current longest winless run in the top flight.
West Brom are unchanged from the team that drew 2-2 against Leicester last time out.
For Manchester United, teenage sensation Marcus Rashford continues up front, while Matteo Darmian, Chris Smalling and Michael Carrick all return to the side.
Don't forget that the day's late game takes place at the Hawthorns. Team news is in...
Christian Benteke says "I think he touched me" when asked if it was a penalty.
Well, that's good enough for Palace fans and Alan Pardew, I'm sure...
Ash: On replay I'm not entirely convinced that's a penalty.
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Former Crystal Palace forward at Selhurst Park
"This whole game has turned on the Milner sending off. The changes made by Klopp have made the difference and the 10 men left on the field played with much greater intensity.
"I have to say, though, they have deserved it. Liverpool have been the better team in this second-half."
Jurgen Klopp goes around his players, hugging each and every one before applauding the travelling support.
What are your views on the penalty decision?
Damien Delaney slid in, tried to pull out of the tackle but ran into Christian Benteke. Definite contact, though Benteke knew what he was doing.
All over! Damien Delaney's stoppage-time challenge proves costly and Palace are still without a win...
Cool as you like! Christian Benteke delays, delays, and passes into the net! Pards hurls his coat to the deck.
Christian Benteke goes down - penalty!
I wouldn't argue with that Robert. Liverpool have been well on top since they scored, James Milner hasn't been missed.
Robert Newman: Liverpool should try starting a match with 10 men. They play better with less.
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What a strike! Alberto Moreno hits a wonderful long-range effort, Jon Arne Riise style, low and hard and thumped against the base of the post! Palace hanging on...
Palace now having a spell of pressure as they look for a winner. No win since late December...