There were plenty of goals for Liverpool fans to take note of elsewhere on the continent on Saturday.
It seems bizarre to think Lazar Markovic is still technically a Liverpool player, right?
Whilst the Reds were held to a frustrating 2-2 draw against West Brom, the Serbian cropped up with a rare goal for loan club Anderlecht.
Despite going on to lose the game 2-1 to Genk, a goal marked a welcomed individual lift for a man seeking to purely reignite his career.
Markovic was at hand to produce a composed finish after making a well-timed run and pouncing on a missed tackle by a Genk defender.
Markovic has been starved of positives in recent years having endured a miserable dip in form amid numerous temporary deals.
The winger, still only 24-years-old, has also struggled to find his feet in Belgium after arriving at the club seriously short of match fitness.
A goal can only do his confidence good and set him on track to rediscover the rhythm he started to find during his stint with Hull City towards the end of last season.
Regular football, no matter where it comes at, remains the priority over any ambition to return to England at the moment.
With a permanent deal at Anderlecht looking increasingly unlikely, the final stage of the season marks an audition to catch the eye of more potential suitors.
Meanwhile on Saturday, Harry Wilson score twice for Hull City to take his tally to seven in 11 games whilst Anfield-bound Naby Keita scored a superb goal thanks to a helpful ricochet off the Hoffenheim goalkeeper.