Wigan registered their first ever win at Anfield following a 2-1 success over Liverpool which boosts their chances of avoiding relegation. For Liverpool and their stunned boss Kenny Dalglish this was the Reds fifth defeat in their last six league games and overall the Latics deserved their victory.
A miserable first half for the home side saw Wigan take the lead from the penalty spot following an unfair challenge on Victor Moses by Martin Skrtel. Shaun Maloney finished confidently from 12 yards.
The Uruguayan then had a goal disallowed for handball before defender Gary Caldwell stunned the home crowd with a neat finish after collecting a loose ball inside the penalty area.
Wigan then clung on and survived seven minutes of added time for only their second league win in 15 games.
Referee: Lee Mason
Liverpool scorers: Suarez 47 Wigan scorers: Maloney pen 30, Caldwell 63
TRIBAL ASKS: Winning the League Cup has not done Liverpool's form any good whatsoever, did the players become over confident?
Yellow cards: Figueroa (WIG), Di Santo (WIG), Suarez (LIV), Flanagan (LIV),