Liverpool striker Divock Origi had a Valentine's Day to remember.
The 20-year-old not only scored his second Premier League goal of the season in his side's 6-0 rout of Aston Villa on Sunday, but also won the affections of one amorous fan while celebrating with the travelling support.
After replacing Daniel Sturridge and slotting past a helpless Mark Bunn just 37 seconds later, the Belgium international immersed himself in the jubilant away end.
One supporter in particular couldn't quite control his emotions and proceeded to plant several kisses right on Origi's lips, much to the apparent discomfort of the striker.
Happy Valentine's Day pic.twitter.com/WyD0AWnyyt— Amitai Winehouse (@awinehouse1) February 14, 2016
Origi's strike, which had followed goals from Sturridge, James Milner and Emre Can, was soon followed by another two from Nathaniel Clyne and Kolo Toure.
The win saw Liverpool climb two places in the table, up to 8th, and move within two points of fifth-placed Manchester United.Reuse content