It wasn't easy, but Liverpool picked up a 1-0 victory against Hearts in the Europa League playoff round.
The competition is a significant step down from the Champions League and may not be taken seriously by Liverpool, but an early exit would look horrible for the club.
Manager Brendan Rodgers opted for a much less experienced side today, and it showed as Liverpool weren't able to get much going in the first half.
Things started to pick up in the second half after the inclusions of Joe Allen and Stewart Downing.
Despite an Andy Webster own goal being the difference between a draw and an all-important away goal, there are some positives Rodgers and Liverpool supporters can take from this match.