The 21-year-old Liverpool midfielder once again exuded nothing but calm and composure.
Last week at Stoke City, Emre Can's introduction swung the momentum in Liverpool's favour.
It was Philippe Coutinho's moment brilliance that won the Anfield outfit the game, after the Brazilian produced what he often did last term by finding the back of the net with a magical late strike from distance.
But German midfielder Can's introduction allowed James Milner and Jordan Henderson the freedom to roam and let Coutinho unleash his creativity.
And such is the 21-year-old's presence on Merseyside that Lucas has seemingly been demoted to fifth choice in central midfield by boss Brendan Rodgers. Is Can looking like a definite starter against Bournemouth?
Well, as if any more evidence of the German's calm and composure was needed, here he was slotting a brilliant Panenka penalty into the back of the net during Liverpool training. Can isn't on penalty duty for the Reds, of course, meaning his ability to convert from the spot may not actually help his side during a Premier League clash.
But Can looks like a man in form and a midfielder who turns everything he touches into gold right now. Surely Rodgers will play him from the start against Bournemouth on Monday night?