After 53 Premier League appearances for the Reds, the Spaniard got on the scoresheet for the first time and celebrated with a thumb-in-mouth gesture for his soon-to-be baby
The Spaniard's strike, alongside two from more regular scorer Luis Suarez, sealed a victory that took his side up to 11th in the table after 12 games.
After a tough start for new manager Brendan Rodgers, Enrique feels that a recent upturn in results is a reflection of generally good performances that have not been getting that which they deserve.
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"We have to keep playing like this because then I think the points will come.
"Of course, I am happy for my goal. I have a kid on the way and there are not many weeks left until he is born so it was for him. It is a great feeling."
The former Villarreal defender is not known for his goalscoring and admitted that his celebration reflected as much.
"To be honest, the first thing I wanted to do was put my thumb to my mouth but then I didn't know what to do because I don't really score," he continued.
"But the most important thing is another three points. I am happy about my goal but it's about the team."