Call it luck, call it skill, call it determination. Whichever way you look at it, Liverpool have managed to conjure up a pretty incredible number of late, late, late goals this season – extending their unbeaten streak within the Premier League as they sit at the top of the table.


Their most recent fortune came against Crystal Palace at the weekend, where the Reds said 'not thanks' to the prospect of a 1-1 draw, despite Wilfried Zaha's 82nd-minute equaliser, with Roberto Firmino poking home from a goal-mouth scramble just two minutes later.


It's only November but Jurgen Klopp's side have already scored six goals in the final 10 minutes to rescue points. 


Here are all six so far. How are you hearts Liverpool fans?


James Milner vs Leicester City (95th Minute)

James Milner

Perhaps one of the most controversial decisions to go Liverpool’s way this season was their last-minute penalty against Leicester City back at the beginning of October. 


After Sadio Mane fell to the ground following a challenge from Marc Albrighton deep into added time, ​Liverpool were awarded a penalty kick.


After a VAR check, James Milner stepped up to the spot and - you guessed it - scored the late winner in Liverpool’s 2-1 victory over Brendan Rodgers’ side.


Adam Lallana vs Manchester United  (85th Minute)

Adam Lallana

When ​Marcus Rashford scored the opening goal in their 1-1 draw against Liverpool, it sent shock waves across the footballing world. 


United were at their weakest in decades, while Liverpool were expected to come to Old Trafford and run roughshod over their fierce rivals.


However, things didn't go to plan and as the clocks ticked on, it appeared that Liverpool’s most-hated rivals may be the ones to finally beat Klopp’s side and put a halt to their unbeaten run.


That was until substitute and unlikely hero Adam Lallana popped up with an equaliser five minutes from time.


Divock Origi vs Arsenal (93rd Minute)

Divock Origi

Although not a league fixture, Liverpool also like picking up late goals in the Carabao Cup too. 


As a young Liverpool side faced Arsenal in the round of 16, few would have predicted a 10-goal spectacle, ending 5-5 as the game went on to penalties.


The last of those goals was of course courtesy of Divock Origi, who hit the back of the net deep into extra time. Liverpool then went to win on penalties with a superb performance from their 21-year-old keeper Caoimhín Kelleher, knocking Arsenal out of the competition.


Andy Robertson vs Aston Villa (87th Minute)

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Liverpool fans faced a frustrating 86 minutes of football when their team took on Aston Villa at Villa Park earlier this month. When Mahmoud Hassan scored after 21 minutes for his side, the Reds struggled to find the back of the net until Andy Robertson appeared at the back stick to level the score in the 87th minute.


The late goal from the left-back gave Klopp’s side the extra drive they needed and before long, they were on the score sheet once again…


Sadio Mane vs Aston Villa (93rd Minute)

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Mane netted the winning goal in Liverpool’s 2-1 defeat against Villa, securing a dramatic victory for the Reds as they maintained their 10-month long unbeaten league record.


Although Klopp admitted that it wasn’t his side’s best performance, they got the job done – and managed to bag another three points.


Roberto Firmino vs Crystal Palace (86th Minute)

Roberto Firmino,Trent Alexander-Arnold,Virgil van Dijk,Georginio Wijnaldum

On Saturday, Liverpool were at in once again away at Crystal Palace as their remarkable form continues.


Zaha's neat finish looked to have given Palace a (probably deserved) point at Selhurst Park but the indefatigable Reds hit back less than three minutes later as Firmino tapped home.


The stuff of champions?