Brendan Rodgers has explained the tactical shift that helped Liverpool overrun Wigan at Anfield on Saturday.
The Reds were playing out an even first half when, 10 minutes before the interval, the manager decided to swap the impressive Suso for Jordan Henderson.
His side went on to dominate the second half, with Luis Suarez collecting his 12th and 13th goals of the season and Jose Enrique bagging his first for the club in a 3-0 win.
It is not the first time in recent weeks that an early tactical switch has paid dividends, with Liverpool improving after moving to three at the back at half-time in the derby and equalising after deploying a 4-2-3-1 formation at Stamford Bridge last weekend.
On his latest piece of in-play tinkering, Rodgers said: "I felt that the organisation at the front end of the field wasn't what I wanted really, and you make a decision in the game.
"You can let it run but I always try to use my intuition and what I feel is best for the team at that moment. Suso had some nice touches, he nearly scored but that's a part of the game. I just felt that I'd flip the triangle around.
"We were playing two and one, and I felt that it wasn't so good for us when we didn't have the ball. Then just flip the triangle round and two players going to join in, and that seemed to work well for us."