Liverpool had to come from behind to beat Swansea City and secure a fourth consecutive Premier League win.
Leroy Fer gave the hosts a first-half lead when he steered the ball home from close range at the back post after Baston Borja’s knockdown from a corner.
Roberto Firmino levelled shortly after half-time when he headed in from Jordan Henderson’s cross.
Milner netted the winner six minutes from time after Firmino was fouled.
The Liverpool midfielder’s goal was just reward a dominant second half from his team, who have now won four Premier League games in a row.
It was, however, a little cruel on Swansea, whose spirited performance has probably bought Guidolin a little more time to turn things around.
The Swans remain one point above the relegation zone and have not won in the league since the opening day of the season.