Super Eagles to be player, Jordon Ibe, scored a stunning individual goal as Liverpool managed a draw against a Malaysia XI.
The British-born Nigerian was on hand with an effort from long range to equalise in the 28th minute as he showed Brendan Rodgers yet again he has something special.
The former Wycombe winger cut inside from the right before lashing the ball into the top corner in style.
Meanwhile, Rodgers will have a lot to think about in Kuala Lumpur as the Reds failed to hit top gear against a depleted home side in the Bukit Jalil Stadium.
More worrisome for the manager would have been the defensive errors which gave a weak attack plenty of chances.
When you’re up against Ronaldinho you may think it could be a difficult night.
But Malaysia’s Liberian-born Patrick Ronaldinho Wleh is not exactly a carbon copy of the former Barcelona star.
He was good enough to expose a shaky Reds defence in the 13th minute though as he pounced on confusion before muscling Dejan Lovren off the ball.
Wleh’s superb finish with the outside of his right boot past Adam Bogdan was from the class of Ronaldinho.
Lovren almost made up for his error soon after, but his header failed to hit the target.
Liverpool were struggling to get their slick passing game going to penetrate the Malaysians, who had been severely depleted after clubs refused to release a number of star players.
When the Reds did, they almost scored as Adam Lallana’s cute lobbed pass fell to skipper Jordan Henderson, but he could not control in the area.
Divock Origi was looking to add to his only goal of the tour in Bangkok against Thai All Stars, but he wasted two great chances in quick succession.
The Belgium striker had his first shot saved before a looping header from the rebound was also collected.
Origi was wasteful again in the second half when Henderson put him in the clear as his low strike was turned away.
Lovren headed over again before a deflected Lallana shot hit the bar.
Liverpool were creating some chances but they were not fizzing the ball around like they have done in Bangkok, Brisbane and Adelaide on this mammoth pre-season tour.
It could have been more embarrassing when Norshahrul Idlan Talaha wasted a late chance for Malaysia XI as he fired straight at Bogdan from close range.
Liverpool will take on HJK Helsinki next weekend in the Finnish capital with Christian Benteke and Roberto Firmino set to make their debuts while Philippe Coutinho will also return.
Rodgers will be hoping that added threat and the much cooler conditions will see the tactical improvements he is trying to make come off.