Liverpool begin to show signs of life after death.
Finally, finally, the tide of Lady Luck has turned and has started to ebb.
This has been the longest of high tides of bad luck, missed opportunities, woodwork hitting and mis management but finally... we can start to see the signs of an Anfield revival.
Beating Wigan 0-4 is not the be and end all of Liverpool's woes. Not by a long chalk for Wigan were poor indeed. Even the commentator on ESPN was moved to state that "Wigan are a mess defensively" not long before the end of the first half.
But this is a turning point of sorts.
Many people will have been betting on the home win for this game and with good reason. Liverpool have regularly saved their worst displays for games against teams at the wrong end of the league table on the road.
There is a vibrancy returning to the passing. There is visible confidence flowing back into the movement and one touch football.
There is, dare I say it, a certain belief come flooding back in the one touch quick pass and move game that has hallmarked all of the great Liverpool teams.
Let us not get carried away here. It is a good win that is certain but there is still work to be done and improvements to be made. The difference in where we are now to the indifferent performances pre christmas is the squad additions which have made a massive contribution to the overall balance of the team as a whole.
Coutinho is a fine addition. If he can play at this level now then there is a whole lot more to come from this kid believe me. His pass for the second goal was absolute weighted beauty. A pure quality assist.
Suarez was at his arrogant footballing beauty best. When this guy cuts out the play acting and goofiness he is on a different planet to the defenders who watch the ball go through their legs.
No one likes being nutmegged but this is Suarez' speciality and he is very good at it.
And to the man of the match:
Pepe Reina has had his critics this season including me who thought he wasn't up to his incredible best for a couple of games but today he showed his reflexes have lost none of their sharpness and if it wasn't for several agile saves Liverpool would have conceded.
A welcome away win and a building block for the Brendan Rodger's revolution. This manager has what it takes to take Liverpool to greatness.
Anyone who is so full of their own importance that they have a massive self portrait in their living room deserves brickbats when things go wrong and kudos when it goes their way.