There were a number of different international fixtures taking place on Monday evening, with Reds players involved in several of those at various levels.
Firstly, Andy Robertson captained Scotland in Euro 2020 qualifying, but they fell to a 4-0 home defeat against a Kevin de Bruyne-inspired Belgium.
It was better news for the Netherlands as Virgil van Dijk and Gini Wijnaldum helped them to a comfortable win over Ragnar Klavan’s Estonia. Ryan Babal, the former Reds forward, netted twice in that one.
You can watch Wijnaldum’s late header from that match which made it 4-0 to the Netherlands by clicking here.
Dejan Lovren made an error which led to Croatia conceding, and it proved costly as they drew 1-1 with Azerbaijan. Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric had put them in front in that game.
Elsewhere, Rhian Brewster got 15 minutes for England’s U21s side as they beat Kosovo 2-0, but he barely had time to make much of an impact.
Harry Wilson played almost the full 90 minutes for Wales as they saw off Belarus by a goal to nil. Ben Woodburn, though, was left on the bench – very frustrating for him given that he could have played for Oxford United this weekend had he not been called up for international duty.
The main thing, though, is that no one appears to have picked up any injuries from a Reds perspective.
Tomorrow night, England face Kosovo with Jordan Henderson and Trent Alexander-Arnold expected to feature in that one, with the potential for Joe Gomez and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to come off the bench.