Liverpool's draw against Sion was a game of few positives for the Reds, but Jordan Rossiter's performance alone was worth watching.
The teenager outplayed his more experienced teammates, with a mature display showing Brendan Rodgers' faith in him is well placed.
Rossiter's display might just have been his best for the club in his short career to date, just his third appearance of the season.
The 18-year-old completed 89.9 per cent of his passes in midfield, a figure better than any Liverpool midfielder on the night.
He made three tackles to midfield partner Joe Allen's one. This was a figure only matched by defender Kolo Toure. Rossiters five interceptions was the highest in the Liverpool team, with Joe Gomez closest with four.
Rossiter also won three aerial duels, and from an attacking perspective created one goalscoring opportunity.
The club's 1-1 draw was a disappointing result, but Rossiter showed he is growing in confidence, should be under consideration for a start in the Premier League, even if the Merseyside Derby this weekend is considered too soon.