Liverpool sealed their passage through to the fourth round of the FA Cup after an eventually comfortable 5-1 victory over Oldham at Anfield after originally falling behind to a stunning strike, but aside from the team's win there were plenty of winners and losers on the night for those in Red.
Here we take a look at who got a thumbs up for the night, and who might not quite be enjoying the evening following the full-time whistle.
Oldham scored the first goal of the night with a real top-drawer strike from Robbie Simpson, but their lead lasted little more than 60 seconds as Jonjo Shelvey's strike was deflected in by Craig Bellamy.
Steven Gerrard put the Reds ahead for the first time just before halftime with a well-struck penalty.
Liverpool took control in the second half and cruised to victory courtesy of goals from Jonjo Shelvey and, later on, substitutes Andy Carroll and Stewart Downing.