Is tonight the Origi became not just an option but a proper challenger to Roberto Firmino's spot? Thought he led the line brilliantly tonight; showed strength, won free kicks, linked up well, bagged goals. He'll never be as skillful as Firmino, or link up as well, but he provides that threat in behind and makes the runs which Bobby doesn't even consider. Play Divock in the same amount of games as Firmino and he would produce more goals, IMO. His improvement has been hard to explain, but I think you have to credit Henry for some of it. The runs in behind, the first touch, the composure under pressure. Henry himself could have scored them goals tonight and I don't think that's its just a coincidence he got a few years of coaching him at Belgium. His turnaround is one of the most dramatic in football and we're going to continue reaping the rewards.