Sir Alex Ferguson used to have 'Fergie Time', but now Jürgen Klopp has 'Kloppage Time'.


This season, Liverpool have proven that they do not know when to lie down, netting no less than three winning goals in the last five minutes of Premier League games already. They have battled in every minute of every game, and they're currently on track to shatter the late-goal records.


Whether it's down to luck or grit, determination or quality, late goals can ultimately make or break seasons. Here are the six teams with the most late winners in a single Premier League season.


Manchester United - 5 (2012/13)

Robin Van Persie

​Manchester United lifted the title in the 2012/13 season, finishing a huge 11 points ahead of the competition. However, things could have been so different if they hadn't netted five late winners.


Robin van Persie struck at the death against both Southampton and ​Manchester City, while Javier Hernández managed two of his own against Aston Villa and Newcastle United. 


Rio Ferdinand got in on the fun late in the season against Swansea City to ensure United ​could not be stopped in their pursuit of glory.


Liverpool - 5 (2008/09)

Steven Gerrard

This season is by no means ​Liverpool's first for racking up late winners. They managed five such goals in the 2008/09 campaign, which helped them finish second in the final standings.


Steven Gerrard got things underway with a 94th-minute winner against Middlesbrough, before Dirk Kuyt stole the headlines against both Manchester City and Wigan Athletic. Fernando Torres and Yossi Benayoun netted the remaining two against Portsmouth and Fulham respectively.


​Fun fact: Liverpool actually have more 90th-minute winners in ​Premier League history than any other side. Sounds about right.


Bolton Wanderers - 5 (2010/11)

Ivan Klasnic

Bolton Wanderers survived the drop by a relatively comfortable seven points back in the 201011 season, but they definitely had their five late winners to thank for that.


Ivan Klasnić proved to be the hero twice, netting late goals against both Stoke City and Aston Villa. Stuart Holden, Daniel Sturridge and Tamir Cohen popped up with the others, steering Bolton to safety.


Given they only won 12 games all season, to rely on late winners in five of those is actually quite impressive.​


Arsenal - 5 (2016/17)

Alexis Sanchez

​Arsenal finished fifth in the 2016/17 season, narrowly missing out on the top four by just one point. However, they would have been even further away if they hadn't racked up five late winners during the season.


Burnley found themselves on the wrong end of Arsenal's late goals twice that year as Laurent Koscielny and Alexis Sánchez both made the Clarets pay. 


Santi Cazorla, Olivier Giroud and a Robert Huth own goal also came up trumps for the Gunners throughout the course of the campaign.


Arsenal - 5 (2011/12)

Robin van Persie

The race for the top four was incredibly tight in the 2011/12 Premier League season, but Arsenal got themselves into third thanks to another batch of five late winners.


Yossi Benayoun kicked things off in December against Aston Villa, before Thierry Henry saved the day for Arsenal against Sunderland a few months later. They then bagged two in nine days as Robin van Persie and Thomas Vermaelen popped up against Liverpool and Newcastle United respectively.


Mikel Arteta grabbed his own late winner against Manchester City in April, before joining the Citizens as assistant manager a few years later to say sorry.


Tottenham Hotspur - 6 (2014/15)

Christian Eriksen,Jan Vertonghen

The only team to ever manage six late winners in a single season (so far) was ​Tottenham Hotspur, who proved to be the kings of late goals in the 2014/15 campaign.


​Eric Dier netted a late winner against West Ham in the opening game of the season, which really set the tone for what was to come. ​Christian Eriks​en fired home three winners of his own, while ​Harry Kane contributed two, and all season long players attributed Mauricio Pochettino's training methods for helping them play full throttle for the full 90 minutes.


Liverpool are on track to break Spurs' record this year, although I'm sure Klopp would rather just get the job done earlier going forward.


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