Alberto Moreno impressed as Liverpool drew with Rubin Kazan.
Liverpool's draw with Rubin Kazan was a frustrating result for the Reds, but there were a few signs of progress in the performance.
One of which was the display from defender Alberto Moreno, who put in an all action display against the Russians.
Moreno was pictured in training this week undertaking instructions from Jurgen Klopp, and the early signs are that he really seems to be buying into the new manager's methods.
Moreno appeared to be helped by playing in a back four at left-back, as opposed to his usage as a wing-back under Brendan Rodgers.
He was still able to get forward effectively, creating four goalscoring chances. This was a number matched by fellow full-back Nathaniel Clyne, and midfielder James Milner.
Moreno recorded a 91.5 per cent pass completion rate, as opposed to Clyne's 79 per cent, and also made a key impact defensively.
He managed five interceptions - more than the rest of the Liverpool defenders combined (4).
Moreno did not live up to his billing last season as one of Europe's best full-backs, but the early signs under Jurgen Klopp are that he can become just that, if he can maintain the level of performance he showed last night.