Liverpool put their recent run of underwhelming domestic results to one side on Tuesday night, with the Reds thrashing NK Maribor 7-0 in the Champions League to go top of Group E.
The Merseysiders got off to a flyer, with Roberto Firmino scoring within just four minutes after good work from Mohamed Salah.
Soon after, Philippe Coutinho made it 2-0, firing home from a James Milner pull-back.
The lively Salah then bagged a brace to make it 4-0 at the break, with the first coming on 19 minutes.
And the second on 39 minutes.
The goalfest continued in the second-half, as Jurgen Klopp’s charges totally dominated proceedings.
Firmino got his second of the game on 54 minutes, heading home from a Coutinho free-kick.
Late on, summer-signing Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain finally got off the mark for the Reds, via an assist from Daniel Sturridge.
There was still time for Trent Alexander-Arnold to get on the scoresheet, with the full-back’s long-range strike deflecting in.
The result was Liverpool’s first win of this season’s Champions League campaign, and was fully deserved against a weak Slovenian opposition.
The Reds go top of Group E, with Klopp no doubt hoping the thumping victory can kickstart his side’s domestic league campaign.