A rough evening for Liverpool saw them leave it late before securing maximum points on the road at Molineux.
The reds came into the fixture having netted 4 goals in each of their last 3 league games but missed a flurry of chances and ended the first half goalless.
The hunt for a breakthrough continued for Klopp’s men but the Wolverhampton 3-man defense stood strong like wall keeping Liverpool’s attacking trident of Salah, Jota and Mane quiet.
Soon Klopp turned to his late-goal-hero and up stepped Divock Origi from the bench and it was the Belgian who delivered the much needed goal with just a minute of overtime left.
The win sees Liverpool go top with 34 points and it drops Chelsea to the second spot with 33 following their loss to Westham earlier. However the Reds could lose their lead if City secure maximum points in their fixture against Watford.