Wigan, pulled off a hard-fought 2-1 victory against Liverpool, in a Saturday evening game. In the process, Roberto Martinez's men made history - this is their first ever win at Anfield.

Wigan, who are still battling hard to avoid relegation, took the lead in the 30th minute via a penalty, which was confidently placed, in the low bottom corner, by Shaun Maloney. Liverpool, desperately looking for an equaliser, got right back into the game in the 47th minute, thanks to Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez, who managed to find the net off a brilliant Gerrard pass.

Liverpool nearly took the lead in the 53rd minute, when Suarez popped up to force the ball past Al-Habsi off a Skrtel downward header. However, the goal was disallowed and Suarez was shown a yellow card as he had used his hands to push the ball into the net.

The glory moment for Wigan came in the 63rd minute, when skipper Gary Caldwell, after picking up a loose ball in the Reds' penalty box, calmly managed to place the ball past Reina in spite of being crowded by Liverpool's defence.

Liverpool, in a last-ditch attempt, brought on 17-year-old Raheem Sterling, whose pace and skill caused some problems to the Wigan defence. However, the Latics managed to keep their cool and hold on to their lead.

Liverpool's Steven Gerrard (L) challenges Wigan Athletic's James McCarthy (R) during their English Premier League soccer match at Anfield in Liverpool.Reuters
Wigan Athletic's Gary Caldwell shoots past Liverpool's Pepe Reina to score during their English Premier League soccer match at Anfield in Liverpool.Reuters
Wigan Athletic's Maloney scores from the penalty spot during their English Premier League soccer match against Liverpool in Liverpool.Reuters
Liverpool's Spearing challenges Wigan Athletic's Di Santo during their English Premier League soccer match in Liverpool.Reuters
Liverpool's Sterling runs with ball during their English Premier League soccer match against Wigan Athletic in Liverpool.Reuters
Liverpool's Luis Suarez celebrates after scoring only for his effort to be disallowed during their English Premier League soccer match against Wigan Athletic at Anfield in Liverpool.Reuters
Liverpool's Luis Suarez (L) challenges Wigan Athletic's Gary Caldwell during their English Premier League soccer match in Liverpool.Reuters
Liverpool's Stewart Downing jumps for the ball during their English Premier League soccer match against Wigan Athletic at Anfield in Liverpool.Reuters
Wigan Athletic's Ali Al Habsi celebrates his team's second goal during their English Premier League soccer match against Liverpool in Liverpool.Reuters
Liverpool's manager Dalglish challenges his Wigan Athletic counterpart Martinez for the ball during their English Premier League soccer match in Liverpool.Reuters