Jonjo Shelvey scored twice as a youthful Liverpool side kicked off their Europa League Group A campaign with a 5-3 victory over Young Boys following a topsy-turvy encounter in Switzerland.
That Brendan Rodgers' second-string side, which included a trio of debutants - two of whom were teenagers - scored five times was something of a surprise considering the struggles of the first-team this season.
They were given an early helping hand thanks to a comical own goal from Juhani Ojala and 19-year-old Andre Wisdom scored on his debut after Raphael Nuzzolo had equalized following a Jose Enrique error.
But Ojala then headed in at the right end and Gonzalo Zarate made it 3-2 before the match turned around again when Sebastian Coates headed in and then Shelvey netted a brace.
It was the first time Liverpool had scored more than once in eight European away matches and their first in any group stage game away from home since beating PSV in December 2008.
Rodgers wanted to give his younger ...