Raheem Sterling made his Premier League debut for Manchester City on Monday night, helping his side to a 3-0 win.
It is just weeks since he forced a controversial move away from Liverpool, which evoked bitter emotions among fans at the time.
Those feelings clearly still remain, with fans picking holes in his performance - especially when he missed a one on one when put through on goal, and failed to net past West Brom goalkeeper Boaz Myhill.
Sterling played 74 minutes against The Baggies, substituted for Samir Nasri, having been unable to score himself from his two shots on target.
He recorded a 86 per cent pass completion rate, but his one completed dribble was a low number.
He ended last season in terrible form for Liverpool, souring perceptions of his ability among the Anfield faithful, to couple with concerns over the personality of a young player who wanted out of a club which gave him his big break so young.
Liverpool won their opening game 1-0, and first face City on November 21st at The Etihad.
It will be up to Sterling to prove supporters of his old side wrong who are calling out his imperfections, and become a complete player,
This will mean goals, and reaching double figures for the first time, if he wants to show he was worth the huge fee Liverpool convinced Manchester City to pay for him.
Here's a look at what Liverpool fans had to say about Sterling's display...
Haha sterling substituted... Thats what you get for swapping the iconic red shirt for the blue one, or rather money lol #LFC— Yushen ballaram (@YushenB) August 10, 2015
Not too surprised sterling missed that 1on1, saw it enough times for #LFC Just shows not the finished article, not yet worth £49m— LFC -Support Rodgers (@ForLFCfans) August 10, 2015
Lost Sterling for 49m.. Got Firmino. Sterling might become better one day, may not. I'd take Firmino all day long at the moment #LFC— If Emre Can, Can (@chizzckh) August 10, 2015
Suarez made Sterling look a better player than he is, saw him play bad plenty of times at Anfield last season. Overpriced & overrated #LFC— Ian Blasbery (@ElBlazo) August 10, 2015