Liverpool followed up their impressive 1-1 draw at Borussia Dortmund with a superb 4-1 win over Stoke City at Anfield today.
Jurgen Klopp decided to rotate his squad after playing on Thursday, and his side took an early lead when Alberto Moreno hammered home from long range.
Bojan grabbed an equaliser for Stoke, before Daniel Sturridge put Liverpool back in front, and substitute Divock Origi added two second half goals to seal all three points for the Reds.
There were a host of impressive individual performances from Liverpool players, but fans will certainly be excited about winger Sheyi Ojo.
The 18-year-old, signed from MK Dons back in 2011, was handed his first start for the club and produced a superb assist for Sturridge's goal, before being replaced at half time by Origi.
After the game, manager Klopp spoke to the Liverpool Echo about Ojo's performance, suggesting that the young winger had some good moments, and his assist was 'really brilliant'.
"Ojo is a good boy, with a way to go," said Klopp. "But no problem. But then after two or three good moments on the right wing, doing that on the left-wing, the dribbling and the cross, it was really brilliant. Daniel finished perfectly."
Klopp also praised the performance of left back Moreno, with the Reds boss claiming it was the Spaniard's best performance since Klopp took the job back in October.
"Alberto Moreno, I would say that since I am here it was the strongest performance today. He was really, really good. The goal gave him confidence but he was concentrated, he was good in defence and very good in our build-up," he added.
What did you think of Ojo and Moreno today?