"It was an incredible atmosphere, the best I've ever played in", said Oxlade-Chamberlain, who struck a superb second goal in Liverpool's 3-0 victory.
Mohamed Salah scored Liverpool's opening goal - obviously - but it was Oxlade-Chamberlain who took centre stage in the 20th minute.
To achieve the latter, Oxlade-Chamberlain needs to show that his screamer against City was more than just momentary brilliance.
Jurgen Klopp has stated that the reason for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's massive improvement following his move from Arsenal to Liverpool is because he has been given the chance to play in a completely new team with a different style. "It's an honour to play for a club like Arsenal", said Oxlade-Chamberlain.
The Reds' No.21 has gone from strength to strength in recent months and, whilst being deemed inconsistent by some, impressed once again during the midweek 3-0 Champions League victory over Manchester City.
"Since he's come to Liverpool, after a slow start, he's gathering momentum at a crucial part of the season and he's becoming a very, very important player to this Liverpool side at the moment", he explained. Where, at Arsenal, one good game may have been followed by three directionless performances, that trend needs to be reversed over the coming seasons.
"If you are the away team and the crowd gets going like that [inside Anfield], it is disgusting", Oxlade-Chamberlain insisted. Slowly it is starting to pay off and it helps me to create moments like that.
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"We're going to have to defend really well and we're going to have to go out there with confidence and attack as well. I have to improve to get to where I want to get and to be as good as I hope to be so I keep working on it".
"I feel it was the right time".
"He [the referee] gave me a booking, but I was a bit disappointed because I hadn't conceded many fouls during the game".
"We definitely have qualities that are suited to this competition", he said.
"I felt as though I could win the ball".
Wenger certainly can not be criticised for a lack of patience with his protege, having sat through his fair share of tortuous performances while supporting Oxlade-Chamberlain in the face of burgeoning criticism.
"Now, he's flying, you can see the training at Liverpool that they must do".