Jason Davidson was pictured proudly holding up a memento after his side lost 2-1 at Anfield.
Liverpool's match with West Brom was a nervy affair for the watching Anfield faithful, while those associated with the Baggies may be a little disappointed to leave Merseyside with no points after a decent display.
But whatever disappointment the team had, it didn't stop one West Brom player eagerly seeking out a signed shirt from Liverpool's captain and most renowned player Steven Gerrard.
Australian international defender Jason Davidson only joined the Hawthorns club this summer from Dutch side Heracles after an impressive World Cup campaign for the Socceroos.
Though Davidson wasn't in the match day squad he clearly managed to claim a fairly large trophy from the game in the Liverpool captain's jersey, and proudly showed it off for the picture which has since gone out on Twitter.
It is hard to question Davidson, who has made four appearances for West Brom, for being so starstruck after getting the chance to meet up with the Liverpool legend, even if he did finish up on the losing side.
Liverpool took the lead through Adam Lallana's first goal for the club, via an assist by Jordan Henderson, who later scored the winner. Sandwiched between those two goals was a West Brom leveller after a controversial penalty conceded by Dejan Lovren and converted by Saido Berahino.
Gerrard had a huge effect on the game when he was moved further up field later in the game, with Brazilian Lucas coming on to occupy the deeper midfield position.